Hobart Release 'It's the Tie That Binds' Weld Video

By George Backwell
Wednesday, July 09, 2014
Hobart Weld filler campaign logo

As part of its new brand campaign, "It's the tie that binds," welding filler materials supplier Hobart says it has released a new video highlighting the partnership between Marine Group Boat Works of San Diego and the U. S. Navy.

“Companies like Marine Group Boat Works exemplify our “It’s the tie that binds” brand campaign,” says Rich Thompson, vice president of marketing, Hobart. “Marine Group Boat Works needed the right filler metal solution to bind together these specialist crafts, ensuring the durability to withstand extreme environments and the safety of the Sailors."

"With the relationships we develop and our collaborative approach to welding, we were able to deliver a filler metal solution that meets the 25 year lifespan requirements of the U.S. Navy.”

Hobart explains that Marine Group Boat Works is a full-service boat and superyacht facility in San Diego that, among other high-end boat fabrication, retrofitting and repairs, also builds dive boats for the U.S. Navy.

Hear how they get the tough and safe results they need to meet the requirements of the U.S. Navy in the just released “It’s the tie that binds” video at: http://bit.ly/1xVBr7m

About Hobart Brothers Company
Hobart Brothers Company, headquartered in Troy, Ohio, is a leading manufacturer of the innovative Hobart brand of filler metals, and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Illinois Tool Works, Inc.  The ITW Welding brand portfolio also includes Miller branded welding and cutting equipment.

www.HobartBrothers.com

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