Delta Named Redaelli Exclusive Distributor

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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Delta Rigging & Tools, Inc., a provider of of lifting and rigging products and related services in the United States, announced that they have reached an agreement with Redaelli to be the exclusive Redaelli distributor for both onshore and offshore in the U. S. Gulf of Mexico region. The agreement gives Delta Rigging & Tools sales and marketing exclusivity in the Gulf of Mexico region for Redaelli specialty compacted, non-rotating and multi-strand Steel Wire Ropes.

Based in Milan, Italy, Redaelli produces steel wire ropes leveraging almost 200 years of experience. Redaelli wire ropes are found in numerous onshore and offshore sectors. Some Redaelli wire rope applications include; steel wire rope for offshore cranes, abandoning and recovery Winch systems, A-Frames, ROV and diving bell systems, anchoring and towing systems, as well as deployment winches, ect.

Redaelli is best known for their World Record breaking state-of-the-art product, Flexpack. Flexpack wire rope represents the ultimate answer to subsea applications where high non rotating characteristics, combined with easy handling and long lifetime, are required. The specific design, based on a modular strand concept, together with the compaction of all strands provides the perfect combination to achieve top performance. Redaelli has been awarded by Guinness World Records for two consecutive years for the heaviest wire rope ever manufactured in the world.

Delta Rigging & Tools looks to partner with top suppliers around the world and with Redaelli’s technological and industrial success and capability in designing and manufacturing hi-tech steel wire ropes for the most severe conditions the decision to become an exclusive Distributor agent was easy.

As of August 1, 2013, Delta Rigging & Tools is stocking a wide range of Redaelli products including large diameter crane wire ropes.

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