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Buffalo Precision Products has expanded the Buffalo Precision web shop for precision flat ground stock and drill rod steels for Canadian customers.

The web shop offers buyers access to a range of grades and sizes through a modern buying interface.

“The Buffalo Precision Products web shop offers competitive prices on our most popular offering of grades and sizes along with quick delivery,” said Jim Concannon, BPP sales manager - Canada. “The web shop has been available for US customers since December and we are excited to be offering this convenience to Canadian customers.”

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