Zibra lands Stanley Black & Decker deal
Mooresville-based Zibra could see its painting products in a lot more stores thanks to a deal with Stanley Black & Decker.
The products will be sold under the SBD brand name, said Lane Ball, marketing director for Zibra, which was formed in 2005.
Zibra’s AirGlide and No Tape Edge-N-Roll will be sold under the B&D name, while a line of professional-grade paint brushes will be sold under the Stanley name, Ball said.
Also to be sold under the Stanley name: Zibra’s five Speed Drops dropcloth products.
Zibra will continue to supply the products, which are designed in the U.S. and made in China, Ball said.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“Hopefully what it means is tremendous amount of growth,” he said, adding that the hope is that the distribution and sales volume of the products increase.
Zibra has seven employees. The company is also the creator of the Open It scissors, which are designed to cut through thick plastic packaging.