Safe Fleet acquires Randall Manufacturing

Safe Fleet has announced the acquisition of Randall Manufacturing LLC. Established nearly 20 years ago in suburban Chicago IL, Randall is a leading manufacturer of specialized products used mainly in refrigerated semi-trailers in connection with transportation of food and beverages.

Randall’s Temperature Control Products division provides insulated partitions, known as bulkheads and center divides, that are used to segregate refrigerated trailers into different temperature zones. Randall Access products provide safety and productivity solutions across any type of truck or trailer.

John Knox, CEO of Safe Fleet, said, “The Randall brand and product line strongly complement the ROM and Bustin brands of Safe Fleet’s Truck and Trailer offerings. We are delighted to welcome Fred Jevaney and the Randall organization to Safe Fleet. Fred will manage the combined Randall and Safe Fleet Truck and Trailer businesses.”

Financial terms of the purchase were not disclosed.

Since 1996, Randall has been serving the foodservice delivery industry with products that protect inventory, improve productivity and promote safety. Customers include food distributors, food retailers and other fleet operators to ensure food quality, driver safety and productivity. It operates under three divisions: Temperature Control Products, Access Products and Warehouse Products. For more information, access

Headquartered in Belton MO, Safe Fleet owns a portfolio of brands that provide safety solutions to fleet vehicle manufacturers and operators worldwide.  ROM and Bustin brands provide a variety of access and safety products specific to over-the road semi-trailers, including refrigerated semi-trailers. Safe Fleet has more than 1,100 employees and 10 manufacturing locations.

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