World Wide Metric to Exhibit at 2013 International Work Boat Show

Marinelink.com
Wednesday, August 28, 2013

World Wide Metric announced they will be exhibiting at the 2013 International Work Boat Show in New Orleans, Louisiana on October 9-11, 2013 at booth #3542. This year they will strive to educate attendees about their products at the show, that include vent head and butterfly valves, hydraulic fittings and tubes, pipe couplings and anticorrosion products.

The International Work Boat Show connects attendees to the best resources in the maritime industry all in one convenient location. With more than 1,000 exhibitors and thousands of innovative products, attendees can meet and negotiate face to face with colleagues and suppliers to find new ideas that bring in business and save money.

World Wide Metric is a global supplier serving the maritime, oil/gas, energy, industrial flow control and fluid power markets. They specialize in JIS / DIN metric and ANSI valves, flanges, gaskets, metric / SAE hydraulic fittings and tubing, hose and hose fittings, BSP fittings, copper nickel pipe / fittings, pipe couplings (grip and flex), repair clamps, expansion joints and anti-corrosion products.

 

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