01 October 2008
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Choose a name - win a prize

Avdel will be introducing a new installation tool at the Fastening & Assembly Solutions exhibition at the National Motorcycle Museum, 23 October.

Visitors to the company's stand will be invited to submit their proposals for a name for the tool - currently known as the 07287. A prize will be awarded to any chosen suggestion.

Author
Paul Gay

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