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Martins Industries releases safety cage video

Posted on March 10, 2014

Martins Industries, a tire equipment manufacturer based in Montreal, Quebec, has released a video describing how it makes tire inflation safety cages.

“We don't shy away from a challenge," says Martin Depelteau, vice president sales and development. “When we started thinking about inflation cages, we went big: the biggest in the world actually. Now it's your turn to see how we did it. A picture is worth a thousand words.’’

Martins Industries designs and manufactures tire and wheel storage, handling, inflation and display equipment, with distribution centers in the U.S., Canada and Australia, along with manufacturing facilities in Canada and China.

The video is available in French and English. For more information about the company and to view the video, visit http://www.martinsindustries.com/.

Related Topics: Martin Depelteau, Martins Industries, tire inflation safety cages

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