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TheCamillus difference


With a history of craſtsmanship dating back over 140 years, Camillus is a knife brand that hunters, survivalists and outdoor enthusiasts can trust.And nowEuropean customers can trust it too, as it’s brought to themarket by Acme United Europe.


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ongevity is something that outdoor brands the world


over strive for. If your brand has stood the test of time, itmeans your principles are sound and you havemoved with the times to ensure your products remain at the right standards of quality and relevance to themarketplace. Tis can prettymuch perfectly describe the history of American cutlery brand Camillus. Founded in 1876,Camillus has


a staggering range of hunting, sporting and tactical knives, all of which aremade with fine craftsmanship and incredible quality and durability. Examples of this include its


folding knives,made with the very best steels, such as VG-10 and AUS-8 and titanium bonded blades – a combination that ensures the blades are harder than untreated steel, stay sharper for longer and resist stains and corrosion.Te range also includes innovative features such as Robo Quick Launching System,which allows the user to easily deploy the blade and store it again with one hand. Te brand is widely used and


trusted by hunters, shooters and outdoorsmen across its native USA, but it also has a genuine


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following and strong reputation in Europe – a fact that is backed up by the professionalismof its supplier on the Continent,Acme United Europe. “Hunters and outdoorsmen


will know the Camillus name, it is built on impecable standards of quality and endurance,” explains Acme European sales director Patrick Romboy. “But, it is important to know


that European distributors as well as retailers can access this rich and technically advanced range through a company that willmake doing business easy and professional.” Acme’s central location in


Solingen, just north of Cologne inGermany, gives it ideal distribution links to the whole of Europe, and also gives it a unique insight into the needs and wants of the Europeanmarket. As part of Acme United,


Camillus is part of a portfolio that also includes other leading brands such as Cuda andDMT Sharperners – so by working with them, you could end up getting muchmore value. “Camillus is a historic


American brand, but in the modern-daymarket it leads the industry with some of themost


advanced technologies and ideas in the knife and cutlery division,” continues Patrick. “It is desired by hunters thanks


to doing things differently and being supported by high-profile pro staff. “We operate with a very


good price/earning ratio for our customers and we are looking for long-termpartners to work with us to help to continue develop the brand throughout Europe and grow our businesses together. Interested distributors should contact us today to find out how Camillus could significantly boost their businesses.” So if you are looking for


a new cutlery brand, which offers exceptional design, technologically advanced materials, blades made from steel in combination with titanium and carbon nitride alloys, innovative opening mechanisms, and a European supplier who is responsive, professional and knowledgeable, you may have just received the perfect proposition.


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