Miami, Fla. (December 2017) – National Police Ammunition, based in Miami, the leading supplier of small-arms ammunition for military, law enforcement and civilian use, has agreed to settle a claim that NPA filed over an industrial press that was purchased to manufacture bullets.
The dispute arose over a 16-ton industrial press that was rebuilt by its original manufacturer, PTX-PENTRONIX, INC. of Michigan.
Ultimately, the dispute, filed in Circuit Court in Miami-Dade County, Florida, also saw the involvement of PTX parent company, Gasbarre Products, Inc., based in Western Pennsylvania.
After nearly a year-and-a-half of legal wrangling, and with an imminent trial date looming in the near future, the parties reached an agreement through court-ordered mediation.
Asked about the resolution of the case, Erik Agazim, the founder and manager of National Police Ammunition, would say only that “the dispute has been resolved amicably.”
About National Police Ammunition:
Based in Miami Florida, National Police Ammunition is one of the leading manufacturers of lead-free ammunition in the United States whose products have been tested, approved, and recommended by State and Federal law enforcement. NPA’s products are held to the strictest of quality controls which have been developed with our customers to address the unique requirements of law enforcement agencies. NPA consistently provides superior lead times, outstanding service, and the most cost effective lead-free products to the industry.