Sacramento, CA, June 27, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- While the world watches the World Cup in South Africa, metalworking companies across the globe know very well their skills have been put to good use with the construction of football (soccer) stadiums for the event. In related news, one such company, IndustrialMRO.com announced today the launch of its international metal marking tools directory and buying guide in partnership with ForeignTRADEX at http://www.foreigntradeexchange.com/suppliers/labels_marking_equipment.html. The company said the site now includes pre-selected offerings for a wide array of industrial tools, equipment and supplies for facility engineers and plant maintenance personnel.
According to spokeswoman Dana Stevenson, the directory includes manufacturers, exporters and importers of metal marking and stamping machines, RFID equipment, barcoding machinery and labeling machine systems at http://www.worldwideindustrialmarketplace.com/directory/labels_marking_equipment.html for a broad range of applications. Ms. Stevenson said the site recently added 34 manufacturers of metal marking tools primarily from Asia as well as 40 plus worldwide suppliers of labeling equipment. The machines are suitable to mark, label , stamp and imprint products made of metal, plastic, glass, rubber, wood and other materials.
“Metalworking companies, plastic molders, electronic manufacturers, woodworking shops and others seeking hot stamping, labeling, imprinting, RFID and marking solutions can utilize IndustrialMRO's new directory to explore and compare suppliers of such products,” said Ms. Stevenson. She added, “IndustrialMRO.com plans to launch additional marking and labeling equipment guides in the near future focusing on specific markets to further help companies locate the ideal machine to mark, label, brand, imprint or identify their products.” Additional information is available on IndustrialMRO's official website.
IndustrialMRO.com is a US-based business networking site for plant maintenance, equipment repair and facility operations' managers involved in the manufacturing sector. The site is designed as a buying guide for plant mechanics, production managers and other manufacturing professionals that require various industrial supplies, equipment and machinery.
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