U.S. Rigging Supply to Distribute for Omega Pacific Products

press release
Monday, February 11, 2013

U.S. Rigging Supply Corp. reported today its appointment as a master distributor for Omega Pacific's product lines. Omega Pacific is a U.S. manufacturer of state-of-the-art carabiners and climbing equipment.

 

Omega Pacific carabiners are CE and UIAA Certified with several carabiners certified by UL to NFPA standards. "We at U.S. Rigging believe in partnering with our customers and suppliers in a collaborative effort to remain on the cutting edge of technology and product performance," said company president Terry Walker. "The addition of Omega-Pacific products is the latest step in our continuing commitment to provide the highest performance products available in the market today." U.S. Rigging Supply Corp is an ISO-9001-2008 Certified Company with nearly 40 years supplying wire rope assemblies, fittings, hardware and safety, rescue, and climbing components to Industrial, military, fire and safety markets.

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