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Articles Tagged with ''valves''
Milwaukee Valve got to see how important its valves are to the U.S. Navy.
Morales founded Tim Morales & Associates as a spinoff of his parent’s rep firm in 1997. His company now represents 14 lines and covers the Gulf Coast states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.
The Federal Reserve’s “Beige Book,” which describes economic conditions throughout the central bank’s 12 districts, summarizes the overall outlook as “modest to moderate.”
Similar in color to bronze, the high-quality lead-free brass valves have greater corrosion resistance.
The Global Group, which includes Global Stainless Supply, Global Pipe Supply and Forgings, Flanges and Fittings, has consolidated its websites and changed email contact information.
ASA provides members with a robust e-Advocacy service that enables them to write elected officials with just a few clicks of a button.
The Mechanical Contractors Association of America named winners of its annual safety awards.
A corporate team from Newport News Shipbuilding, builders of some of the U.S. Navy’s major aircraft carriers and submarines toured the plant.
With the launch of Amazon Supply and Google Shopping for Suppliers, having a functional, viable and compelling e-commerce platform is more important now than ever before for PHCP and PVF wholesalers.
Most energy analysts have been surprised by the recent price climb of West Texas Intermediate crude oil to more than $100 per barrel. Since U.S. demand, which reflects the domestically extracted “light crude,” traditionally generates its lowest prices in the winter months, historically annual prices dropped accordingly in 2013, during which prices averaged from the low to middle $90s.