BRAMPTON, ON, April 8, 2014 /CNW/ - One of Canada's up and coming tool brands for maintenance, repair and overhaul tasks recently launched its blog to help professionals with tool selection, workplace safety and how to advance one's career in the industry. There are a variety of new developments taking place in today's MRO field, including a resurgence of North American factory jobs and a growing skills gap, of which any industrial professional needs to be aware.
"Although a relatively new presence in the industrial segment, Dynamic has become the preferred tool brand of many professionals in the maintenance, repair and overhaul field," said Dynamic Tools Brand Manager Dragos Baicoianu. "Our goal with the newly launched blog is to provide informative articles on proper tool selection and use, workplace safety as well as MRO industry analysis. We hope the blog will become a reference source for new and established professional tool users."
Today's MRO workplace is not the one it was even five years ago. The new factories of today are using some of the latest machine technologies to produce goods being sold both in North America and around the world. Because this equipment is so complex, today's millwrights need to be on top of the newest industry developments and make sure that they can properly use their tools during an installation.
Dynamic Tools relatively new presence is representative of the emerging MRO and industrial workplace on the whole. Today's industrial mechanic needs new skills, new knowledge and strong tools to stay competitive in the work place. By being able to stay up to date with the insights of the Dynamic Tools' blog, millwrights will be able to stay agile and flexible in today's changing workplace. The company's reasonably priced tools are a much welcomed addition to today's industrial tool chest.
About Dynamic Tools
Dynamic Tools (www.dynamictools.ca) addresses the need of the industrial user for quality tools that fit the budget. The line consists of more than 1,600 products, including sockets, wrenches, pliers, hammers, chisels, locking tools and clamps. All tools have been designed with the professional user in mind: laser-etched markings on sockets and wrenches make the selection of the right size a breeze, while highly visible handles making tools easy to spot in any toolbox.
SOURCE: Gray Tools
For further information: Media contacts: Dragos Baicoianu, Brand Manager, Gray Tools Canada Inc., 905-457-3014, email@example.com