RS Components and CRC Industries Australia partner

18-05-2022

 

A brand partnership has been formed between RS Components and CRC Industries Australia - a renowned manufacturer of high quality aerosol and bulk lubricants.

This cooperation is a natural partnership for RS Components, who will now be providing CRC products as a part of its overall offering to engineers and procurement managers in Australia and New Zealand. The brand supplies a wide range of industry grade lubricants, anti-rust products and adhesives for customers in the manufacturing, marine, automotive and electrical industries - amongst others.

CRC is a leader in product quality, performance and regulatory compliance which is key when working with clients who operate in the particular fields RS service, and CRC’s product offering has these three attributes in spades.

CRC Industries Australia, Melanie Mangos, head of Industrial Sales Trans-Tasman said, “CRC Australia is proud to be partnering with RS Components and sees great synergies. We have begun developing excellent key stakeholder relationships and are in the process of working on exceeding end user expectations with the team.” 

Mangos added that CRC's innovative research and development team continually develops new and improved products to help its clients perform their job faster, easier and safer.

“CRC has a great reputation and industry recognition,” RS Components AU/NZ managing director Scott Philbroo added. “It makes perfect sense to provide CRC’s range of products to our diverse customer base in Australia. We are proud to be working alongside such leading brands and are excited to see what the future holds for both RS and for CRC.”

RS stock’s over 100 new CRC products in Australia ready for fast delivery.

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