QEP releases new Ludell catalog

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Boca Raton, Fla.—QEP has just released its newest catalog; the 2013 Ludell catalog is now available. According to the company, it is “bringing on the thunder” with the powerful tools featured in the new brochure.

The catalog takes you through the eight different categories of hammers, axes, camp axes and wedges, splitting mauls, mattocks, replacement handles, heavy duty bars and scrapers and tampers. The Ludell handles are identified and differentiated between the premium fiberglass core handle, standard fiberglass core handle and premium wood handle.

The catalog is available to at qepcorporate.com/files/Ludell_Catalog2013.pdf, where copies can be viewed and downloaded.  It can also be accessed through all of QEP’s Ludell social media outlets including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

 

 

 

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