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Celebrating 80 years of industry service

13-04-2010
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Hare & Forbes Machineryhouse 80-year anniversary colour catalogue is now available.

The 228-page catalogue of machine tools, workshop and wood-working equipment has expanded with a more extensive product range than ever.

As well as competitive advertised prices, the 2010 catalogue also includes detailed technical information and specifications for most of the machinery in the product range.

The inclusion of useful charts such as drill size, decimal equivalent and tapping sizes make the catalogue a much sought after reference for engineers, purchasing officers, workshop foremen, in fact for all those responsible for maintenance workshops.

You can order a copy at www.machineryhouse.com.au or contact your nearest branch.
 
Hare & Forbes
Ph: 02 9890 9111

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