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Direct Tool Company Unveils FUSION Magazine

11 January 2019

Direct Tool Company Unveils FUSION Magazine

Tools and consumables supplier Direct Tool Company (better known as DTC) have just announced the launch of a new composite industry magazine.

The new 16 page monthly publication is offered free of charge to composite professionals. Content is produced for the interest of production businesses and is meant to appeal to the entire team, from workshop operatives right up to the business owners.

DTC aim to use the platform to engage with a wider audience in this growing industry while serving existing customers with industry news, innovative product solutions and valuable insight from leading industry experts.

The first issue is to be dispatched on Monday the 14th and includes an interview with the Boat Builder from America’s Cup Contenders INEOS TEAM UK, details of how DTC conducts product testing as well as some exciting developments at DTC.

Whether you run a boat building company or are a budding composite engineer, Fusion is an informative read to help keep up-to-date on what's happening in this exploding industry.

To subscribe, simply click here and fill out your details.


Photo provided by DIrect Tool Company




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