Varna Products Appoints New Distributor "Down Under"

(Press Release)
Friday, February 18, 2011

VARNA Products, manufacturer of industrial oil & fuel oil pumps, turnkey control solutions and valves is proud to announce the appointment of Wasco Engineering Australia Pty Ltd as master distributor in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. VARNA Products looks forward to working with WASCO in expanding the marine, power generation, oil/gas, over the road and off-highway equipment and other markets in these countries. In accordance with VARNA’s own commitment to building strong relationships, superior services and combining strengths for long-term successes; WASCO’s brand identity “portrays two linked magnets and symbolizes partnership and combined strengths and innovativeness.”
 

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