Rego-Fix partners with Belder Tool SolutionsClick image to enlarge

Rego-Fix partners with Belder Tool SolutionsClick image to enlarge

Rego-Fix Tool Corp., Indianapolis, IN, has partnered with Belder Tool Solutions, a firm of manufacturers' representatives in Hamilton, ON.

 The agreement will allow Rego-Fix to extend its reach and better serve customers throughout the area. Belder will help support Rego-Fix's local distributors in offering the full breadth of the company's product line, including its new reCool system, powRgrip system and SwissQuick ER-to-ER adaptor products.

Founded by John Belder in 2001, Belder Tool Solutions has over 35 years of industrial sales experience. The company supports customers by providing quality products and innovative solutions ranging form premium cutting tools to a unique and world-class offering of premium metrology solutions, precision hand tools and equipment.

"We are partnering with Belder Tool because they are deeply committed to meeting their customers' toolholding needs," says Jeff Schemel, North American sales manager for REGO-FIX. "They pride themselves on being extremely responsive and having the technical expertise required to provide the best solutions."

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