GIFA a Success for O.M.LER srl


The last edition of the GIFA Fair in Düsseldorf met a great success for O.M.LER srl.

The booth of the Italian company, led by the Lerda family, was the theatre of a lot of meetings with visitors from all over the world. Most of them came from Eastern Asia, China and India as main countries, and from Latin America.

For the development of the market in these countries, concerning the decoring hammer for foundries in its different models, the company Sales Office has the cooperation of distributors standing in China, Mexico, South Korea, India and USA. The market about the decoring hammer is always increasing and so the company has decided to expand the warehouse for its production, assembly and repair starting from next autumn.

Further news are coming in the very next future, so stay updated and continue to read O.M.LER's next press releases!

News No: 5609
Date: 2019/07/30 - 17:22
News Source: Foundry Planet

GIFA  Latin America  USA  China  development 


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