Skilcraft, a manufacturing subsidiary of The AbilityOne Network, denominates products made for office use in three primary categories: cleaning and janitorial, office products and equipment and writing instruments. Some of the products in Skilcraft's medical supplies and equipment line also have general office functions.
Skilcraft is a trade name of the National Industries for the Blind introduced in 1952. By far, the company's most important and frequent client is the United States government. The AbilityOne Web site states that the company's cleaning and janitorial products meet the federal requirements for the government's Greening America plan, including effective biodegradable, recyclable and bio-based products. Product lines in this category include paper products, mops, brooms, chemicals, detergents, cleaners, liners and plastic bags, cloths and towels.
The company manufactures over 320 product lines in its office products and equipment category. These products include wall plaques, certificates, desk accessories, toner cartridges, computer equipment, paper clips, binder clips and desk clocks. Office supplies in the medical equipment category include adhesive tape, shipping boxes, safety products and first aid kits.
Some of the writing instruments Skilcraft produces are wood cases and mechanical pencils, roller ball and gel ink pens, permanent and erasable markers, highlighters and fine writing instruments.