Rustibus Rebrands Itself

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

For more than 30 years Rustibus went under the name Dalseide Shipping Services and provided the shipping industry with its patented chain drum de-scalers. As part of their rebranding, their offices in Antwerp, Singapore and Houston have changed their name to Rustibus. The official name change will take place 1st of February 2011. Rustibus is now looking to enter the industrial tool market with a new 110V model of their hand held series. The R35 is ideal for removing heavy rust and old coatings in marine and commercial applications. Rustibus also plans to reintroduction their Pipe Series, which is now a lighter and more durable tool for de-scaling pipes.
 

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