World Wide Metric Joins FPDA Motion and Control Network

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Monday, April 08, 2013
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World Wide Metric said they have joined the FPDA Motion and Control Network.

FPDA is the professional network for fluid power, automation and motion technology providers dedicated to significantly enhancing member and channel performance by delivering indispensable networking, education and success strategies. 

World Wide Metric is a global supplier specializing in metric components in the fluid power, oil/gas, energy, industrial flow control and maritime markets.

Products include Metric and SAE hydraulic fittings, hydraulic tubing, hose and hose fittings, BSP fittings, copper nickel pipe and fittings, pipe couplings (grip and flex), repair clamps, JIS and DIN metric and ANSI valves, flanges, gaskets and expansion joints.

www.worldwidemetric.com

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