Electrical Supply and Equipment Buying Guide Debuts On IndustrialPR.net

New from IndustrialPR.net, the Web's first co-op industrial buying guide featuring leading manufacturers and distributors of electronic and electrical supplies

Online PR News – 26-March-2010 – – Lincoln, Nebraska – In a swift and strategic move to further its number of industrial supplies and equipment for the international manufacturing community, IndustrialPR, publisher of the news magazine for industry professionals, released today its worldwide electrical supply and equipment manufacturers and distributors buying guide http://www.foreigntradeexchange.com/suppliers/electrical_equipment.html The company, a division of IndustrialLEADERS.com, made the announcement last night on the eve of its third anniversary which will be celebrated tonight among associates, customers and friends.

In related news, according to Richard Adams, spokesman for IndustrialPR.net, the company also plans to introduce a revised version of its international directory of electronic components distributors at http://www.worldwideindustrialmarketplace.com/directory/electronics_equipment.html published in partnership with Worldwide Industrial. Adams said both the electrical supply and electronic components publications serve as online buying guides for companies sourcing a wide range of lighting systems, circuit breakers, ballasts, semiconductors, connectors, sensors, power cords, motor controls, optoelectronics and allied items.

“As one of the world's fastest growing publishers serving engineers, MRO and manufacturing professionals, IndustrialPR.net is pleased to introduce its latest offerings from global leading designers, developers and suppliers of OEM, custom-made and obsolete electrical and electronic supplies,” said Adams. He continued, “The co-op publications both feature pre-selected and approved manufacturers and distributors in over 50 countries carrying broad lines of electronic and electrical systems, obsolete components, related accessories, lighting equipment and hard-to-find component devices.” He concluded, “If the suppliers in these guides don't carry the item you need or can't find it for you, it doesn't exist.”

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