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Burlington, CT, United States, 2008/02/27 - A weak U.S. Dollar presents strong international opportunities for the precision fastener supplier, Crescent Manufacturing.
With the softening of the US Dollar against the European Euro over the past year, many European marketing opportunities have presented themselves to US manufacturers. Crescent Manufacturing has expanded it’s international markets with the help of their website, European sales representatives and the Fastener Fair.
With a strong US Dollar, the European fastener market had been tough for US manufacturers. With more and more US companies opening plants in Europe, many US distributors have opened offices to continue their support of their customers. This seems to have peaked some interest in US fastener manufacturers by other European distributors as a viable source.
Crescent Manufacturing participated in the Fastener Fair held in September 2007 in Stuttgart, Germany. Interest in Crescent’s products at the Fastener Fair was significant. Many new contacts were established and business has begun.
Crescent Manufacturing will have a booth, #8, at the June 2008 Fastener Fair in Coventry, England. Participation in the June show in Coventry will give customers, and potential customers, the chance to ask about precision fastener manufacturing capabilities and meet with the President of Crescent Manufacturing, Richard Hrinak and the head of International Sales, Ginger Doherty. Neil Morrison of Aircraft Components & Equipment Supplies Ltd, will also be at Booth #8 as Crescent Manufacturing’s European Sales Representative.
Crescent’s website, CrescentManufacturing.com, has also enabled Crescent to expand their presence in other countries outside of the European Market. Distribution business has been developed in South America, India, Australia, and the Middle East.
About Crescent Manufacturing
Headquartered in Burlington Connecticut, Crescent Manufacturing supplies precision fasteners and components to distributors in the aerospace, aviation, automotive, military, electronic, and telecommunications industries.