LVD forms distribution partnership in Canada with Elliott MatsuuraClick image to enlarge

Elliott Matsuura Canada forms distribution partnership with LVD StrippitClick image to enlarge

Elliott-Matsuura Canada, Oakville, ON, has signed a distribution agreement with metal fabricating equipment supplier LVD Strippit.

"We are confident that the relationship between Elliott and LVD Strippit has a bright future. The LVD Strippit product line together with Elliott's renowned service and support will be a winning combination," says Frank Haydar, president of Elliott-Matsuura Canada.

John Quigley, vice president of sales and marketing for LVD Strippit, says the company has wanted to increase its market presence in Canada. "The new partnership with Elliott leverages their excellent reputation for strong market presence, industry knowledge and customer service in Canada. The new relationship brings greater resources and a broader plan to assertively support and increase our business in Canada. We believe our current customers, Elliott and LVD Strippit will benefit greatly from this partnership."

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