Weldcraft Introduces New Packaging Design

Weldcraft Introduces New Packaging Design

Weldcraft, the world’s leading manufacturer of premium TIG products, will introduce new packaging designs for all torch boxes, consumable bags and tungsten packages beginning Nov. 1, 2005. Weldcraft's new packaging features an upgraded contemporary company logo, which reflects Weldcraft's commitment to building premium-quality TIG products.

Weldcraft, the world’s leading manufacturer of premium TIG products, will introduce new packaging designs for all torch boxes, consumable bags and tungsten packages beginning Nov. 1, 2005. Weldcraft’s new packaging features an upgraded contemporary company logo, which reflects Weldcraft’s commitment to building premium-quality TIG products.

Mike Sammons, Weldcraft business development manager, comments, “Our new package [design] has a lot more energy, is more up-to-date and has excellent showroom appeal. This new look serves to increase awareness about the wide range of high-quality TIG welding products offered by Weldcraft.” For quick and easy technical reference, Weldcraft’s new packaging includes user-friendly icons that correspond to the new product specification sheets design. The new packaging will be printed in English, Spanish and French to support Weldcraft’s expanding customer base and also features durable construction to protect products during shipping.

For more information, contact Weldcraft at (800) 752-7620 or (818) 846-8181; fax: (818) 845-1542; visit www.weldcraft.com; e-mail [email protected] or write to Weldcraft Customer Service, 2741 N. Roemer Road, Appleton, WI 54911.

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