RivetKing brand offered in Japan

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Industrial Rivet & Fastener Co., a global manufacturer, distributor and importer of rivets and fasteners, opened a distribution and service center in Japan.

“The decision to promote the RivetKing brand in the Japanese marketplace made perfect sense,” RivetKing Japan sales manager Takahiro Ouchi said in a statement. “Their reputation for service and quality control are unrivaled and we anticipate a positive market reaction.”

Industrial Rivet & Fastener now offers engineering and application support to Japanese makers of electronics, solar panels, automobiles and pleasure crafts such as ATVs, boats and motorcycles.

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