Windshield Repair Equipment Manufacturer Headed to China

Delta Kits, Inc. and ShiJiaZhuang Autoglass Info & Tech Co., Ltd., their Master Distributor in China, are conducting a 2 day windshield repair technical training course on April 16-17, 2005 in ChangSha China.

Along with two intense days of hands on repair training and factory certification, the trip also provides an opportunity for the US based Delta Kits, Inc. to see the unique market and requirements of their Chinese customers.

"As China"s economy continues its incredible growth, the number of automobiles continues to grow as well. With this growth comes the need for products and technicians to service the glass on those vehicles. Delta Kits is making sure that those technicians have the knowledge and skill required to do great windshield repairs," says Matt Larson Vice President of Training and Sales for Delta Kits, Inc.

Delta Kits has been a premier supplier of windshield repair products since 1984.

600450 Windshield Repair Equipment Manufacturer Headed to China

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