Gasbarre works with Thermal Technic Furnace Solutions representative to expand presence in Mexico

November 22, 2019

Gasbarre Thermal Processing Systems, based in St. Marys, Pennsylvania, USA, part of Gasbarre Products Inc., has announced that it will work with Humberto Bastidas of Thermal Technic Furnace Solutions to further promote the company in Mexico.

Thermal Technic Furnace Solutions represents numerous American manufacturers in Mexico, and will aid Gasberre in launching a Spanish-language version of the Gasbarre.com website, along with expanding marketing efforts in the region.

Bastidas and the Thermal Technic Furnace Solutions team are said to have many years of experience in the the heat treating field, and it is believed that current and future customers in the Mexican region will benefit from having a local, Spanish speaking representative.

www.gasbarre.com/thermal-processing-systems

www.thermaltechnic.com

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