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Distributor's Link Magazine Summer Issue 2011 / VOL 34 / NO.3

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6 THE DISTRIBUTOR’S LINK Fascomp is increasing its inventory once again. Recently, a broad range of instrumentation handles and ferrules has been added to the product offering. “Our goal is to continuously expand the breadth of product we keep on the shelves for our customers. The Handle Line compliments the already bulging inventories of Spacers, Threaded Standoffs, Jackscrews, Captive Screws, Shoulder Screws and other related products.” - Kristen Cosciello, Sales Manager. “Custom design and manufacturing represents a substantial portion of our business, however, we manufacture catalog items in volume which allows us to offer our customers both inventory and attractive prices. This truly is, an inventory business” – Mark Georgia, President. “Adding the Handle line reinforces our commitment to our customers” - he went on to say. For more information or samples contact Fascomp today. Connecticut Tel: 203-720-1146 Fax: 203-720-1156; Florida Tel: 407-226-2112 Fax: 407-226-3370 or at www.fascomp.com. *** Western Wire Products has added two Numalliance NUMAC 3006 wire forming machines to its CNC department. These machines compliment the company’s existing twelve CNC formers, giving Western Wire the ability to automatically bend wire from .016 to .625 inch in diameter. Additionally, the company operates over eighty mechanical bending and stamping machines for efficient high volume production. For distributors looking to provide higher margin engineered metal forming solutions to their client, Western Wire offers a broad range of wire forming/stamping options. Send us a request for a quote and we will let you know if we can help. Contact Western Wire Products, 770 Sun Park Drive, Fenton, Missouri 63026. Tel: 1.800.325.3770, Fax: 1.636.305.1119 or email: sales@westernwireprod.com. You can also visit them on the web at www.westernwireprod.com. Volt Industrial Plastics (V.I.P.) announces the promotion of Heidi Volltrauer-Skiver to Chief Operating Officer. Mrs. Volltrauer-Skiver began her career at Volt Industrial Plastics in 1992, working her way from the production floor to her current position as Chief Operating Officer. Volltrauer- Skiver’s experience at V.I.P. also includes shipping, administration, sales, and Vice President of Sales and Marketing. As Chief Operating Officer, Volltrauer-Skiver oversees the day-to-day operations of Volt Industrial Plastics including product development, production, sales, marketing, administration, and personnel. “I am excited about the future of Volt Industrial Plastics. Because of my experience at all levels of the operation and years of working closely with my father, I have a thorough understanding of what it takes to succeed. I am pleased to put my experience to work as Chief Operating Officer and look forward to a successful future for Volt Industrial Plastics,” states Heidi Volltrauer-Skiver. For more information on V.I.P.’s products and services phone 800-844-8024 or visit online at www.VoltPlastics.com. *** The new C5 gas powered tool from Powers Fasteners Inc., does things that other gas tools can’t. It is the only tool on the jobsite that can shoot .102, .120 and .145 diameter pins and delivers more power than the competition - 105 joules! This new high performance C5 Trak-It® Tool is the smallest, lightest and most compact gas tool on the market at only 7.9lbs. The easy swing trigger takes only 2.6 pounds of force to pull, these new design features help reduce user fatigue. The battery shoots up to 3500 pins without recharging. Operation of a gas fastening system does not require licensing. To find your nearest authorized Powers distributor, for a demonstation or for more information, contact Powers at 1-800-524-3244.

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