Utility equipment: Heavy-duty, professional-grade hand tools

Utility equipment utility supplies utility tools Wright Tool

Utility tools: Selling into heavy-duty industries where safety is vital, such as power generation, construction, distribution, oil and gas as well as mining, Wright Tool has been “perfecting performance” for over 85 years. Now the manufacturer of heavy-duty, professional-grade hand tools just announced it will release the 2014 catalog -- its 83rd -- at the beginning of the New Year.

“The 2014 catalog reflects our primed-for-growth strategy that echoes our company mantra, “Perfecting Performance,” says Ty Smith, Wright Tool director of business development. “New products, innovations, partnerships, infrastructure and improvements have positioned Wright Tool for a high-growth year -- the catalog represents these important initiatives and reflects our pride for manufacturing products that are made in the USA.”

Wright Tool manufactures a complete line of more than 4,000 professional-grade hand tools for the industrial, contractor and MRO markets. All Wright-manufactured products are manufactured in the USA and carry lifetime guarantees against defects in workmanship. The company is committed to perfecting performance.

For more information about Wright Tool or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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