Wanted: Distributors of Industrial Products

Tuthill is looking for distributors in Central America and the Caribbean for its highly profitable brands Fill Rite, Sotera and Precision Meters.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Tuthill Transfer Systems, North America's leading manufacturer of pumps and meters for the dispatch and transfer of fuels, is looking for distributors in Central America and the Caribbean to represent and market their brands Fill Rite, Sotera and Precision Meters, which offer an excellent profit margin .

They are seeking legally constituted companies who have experience in the distribution of imported industrial products, local knowledge of the diesel and gasoline market, and an understanding of transfer pumps and flow meters, who are doing business in the following sectors:

- Fuels
- Fleet Support
- Construction
- Mining
- Marinas
- Hotels
- Petrochemicals

Interested parties should complete the following form:







You can also browse the full Tuthill product range on www.fillrite.com and www.sotera.com.

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