IndustrialMRO debuts its abrasives buying guide offering products for grinding, sanding, chipping, cutting and finishing applications
Online PR News – 05-November-2010 – – Seattle, Washington – IndustrialMRO.com, the plant maintenance website for MRO managers of manufacturing facilities has launched a new trade-based portal and B2B marketplace for domestic and international machine shops, foundries, manufacturers and other companies in the market for various types of abrasive products & supplies at http://www.foreigntradeexchange.com/suppliers/abrasives.html Officials of IndustrialMRO, a division of Industrial Leaders, said the site provides users access to all kinds of abrasive belts, discs, cutting tools, wheels, carbide tools, superabrasives, grit, coated, bonded and other kinds of abrasives.
According to IndustrialMRO spokesperson Steven White, the website includes offerings from over 120 manufacturers and distributors of abrasives offering bands, belts, specialized discs for sanding & buffing machines, carbide burrs, flap wheels, discs for orbital sanders, sandpaper, sheet tools, hand pads, belt sanding machines, chippers, chisels, cut-off wheels and other types of wheels such as deburring, convolute, unitized and depressed center wheels as well as sanding discs & stars (arbor mount, mandrel and spindle), wire brushes and compounds at http://www.worldwideindustrialmarketplace.com/directory/abrasives.html White said the products are suitable for standard, commercial and industrial applications.
“Since its founding nearly 5 years ago IndustrialMRO and the Industrial Leaders Group has been committed to offering high quality industrial products to plant maintenance, equipment repair and facility mechanics across the U.S. and beyond,” said White. He concluded, “The company has grown to a position of leadership in the industrial marketplace because of its dedication to excellence and is proud to offer over 400 high quality abrasives and accompanying tools for polishing, sanding, filing, chipping, deburring, grinding, buffing and machining applications from nearly 150 manufacturers and suppliers worldwide.”
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 at http://industrialmro.com
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