Superior Abrasives picks PSC Marketing

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Superior Abrasives announces the appointment of PSC Marketing, led by its president Bob Rader, as its representative in the states of Kansas and Missouri.

“Bob has a deep understanding of the industries we serve and is fiercely loyal to his customers,” Tom Licata, director of sales for Superior Abrasives, said in a company statement. “We’re thrilled to be working alongside him to better serve customers in Kansas and Missouri.”

Superior Abrasives is a manufacturer of abrasive tools for surface finishing applications.

For more, visit www.superiorabrasives.com.

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