QMI Security Solutions Invests in Riot Glass and Campbell Corp.

QMI Security Solutions, in conjunction with Management and Prospect Partners, has closed on its investment of Riot Glass Inc. and Campbell Corp.

The partnership unites QMI security shutter products with the Riot Glass security glass and framing systems to create what the companies call highly engineered solutions to meet rising crime and threat levels across the United States.

“We are extremely excited to join forces with the Riot Glass – Campbell team. Together we will offer customers innovative, comprehensive solutions for their most challenging forced-entry and ballistic security needs,” said Kevin White, CEO of QMI Security Solutions.

Riot Glass is a manufacturer of retrofit security glass and door systems and Campbell Corp. is a C-17 licensed glazing contractor, as well as one of the largest dealers of Riot Glass®, 3M Window Films, and other retrofit products in California. QMI is a security shutter manufacturer.

“This strategic partnership brings enormous benefits to our customers, our dealer base, and our employees. QMI’s manufacturing and design prowess, commercial capabilities, and Chicagoland location bring added value to our companies. After having worked with Kevin and his team over the past year, we have been so impressed with their dedication to customers and relentless focus on product excellence,” said Brad Campbell, CEO of Riot Glass.

“Brad and his team have built a fantastic business by listening to the customer and developing groundbreaking solutions to meet their needs. We are excited to help them build on their vision and extend the Riot Glass and Campbell brands,” added White.

Brad Campbell will continue as CEO of both Riot Glass and Campbell Corp. and will become a member of QMI’s senior executive team.

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