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Trade Exhibition LogiMAT to Feature P&A International

This will be P&A International's Third Appearance at the International Trade Fair

GUANGDONG, China, Jan. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- P&A International, a company that provides a wide variety of machine shop services, has just announced that they will be part of the LogiMAT 12th International Trade Fair for Distribution, which will be held Feb. 25 to 27 at Stuttgart Airport. This will be the company's third appearance at the trade exhibition, which will focus on innovative products, solutions and systems for procurement, distribution logistics, warehousing and production.

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P&A International at LogiMAT is an outstanding opportunity for clients and any other interested parties to visit the company's booth and learn more about their services. P&A International's previous two appearances at the event were hugely successful, and generated quite a bit of interest in the company.

During the event, a representative from the sheet metal fabrication service company will present a white paper. As a company spokesperson noted, P&A International is looking forward to being part of such a noteworthy event, visiting with friends in the industry and enjoying the official dinner.

Since the day P&A International opened for business, the company has strived to provide the best quality sheet metal fabrication services possible. The company, which is based in China, specializes in precision machined prototypes, short run sheetmetal productions and quick turnaround metal shop services. In order to keep up with the latest innovations and procedures, P&A International makes it a point to attend trade exhibitions such as the LogiMAT one next month.

"We put together equipment for our customers consisting of complex assembles on the stamp metal aluminium chassis with welding elements and CNC machined parts," an article on the company's website noted, adding that everything it produces gets tested to customer specification, and is labeled, packaged and shipped to the nominated address.

"We take care of every element of this manufacturing process, delivering customer made to the specification and tested equipment or components. Whether it is a sheet metal fabrication services or just a single part CNC manufacturing, we will be happy to provide you with the quote."

About P&A International:

P&A International is a China-based company formed in 2008 by partners with engineering backgrounds. The company provides machine shop services with the focus on sheet metal work, stamped metal parts, aluminium extrusions, custom metal fabrication and CNC machining. Being a small player on the market, the company works hard to establish themselves by providing their clients personalised service, often going outside of their scope to support them. For more information, please visit http://www.pa-international.com/

Media Contact: Paddy Zhou, P&A International, 86-159 9982 6734, [email protected]

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