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Stainless steel fastener specialists


Inox Mare, established in Rimini, Italy, in 1977, has been dealing with stainless steel fasteners for more than 30 years.


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n 2007 Inox Mare transferred its offi ces to new premises to enable the company to grow in the market and also to increase the amount of staff members to over 80 people. Inox Mare


also moved its warehouse to Bologna, a strategic point of the peninsula which allows it to rapidly forward its goods all over Italy and abroad. Inox Mare is specialised in the distribution of standard metric


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screws, nuts and bolts, stainless steel fastening systems for solar installations, marine accessories and fi ttings. All its products comply with the DIN/UNI rules and are in AISI 304 (A2) and AISI 316 (A4). Inox Mare’s quality handling system is certifi ed by the ISO 9001/2008 rules, since its priority is to perform at the highest level in everything it does. “We meet all our clients’ requirements thanks to the service


of our professional staff who speak a total of twelve languages. Also, thanks to the vastness and effi ciency of our warehouse, all our products are available in stock, and we are able to deal with more than 300 orders a day.”


Rivit establishes partnership in Brazil


Rivit Italy has always considered the Brazilian market as a strategic goal for its international expansion, which is why for many years Rivit has taken steps to establish partnerships in the market.


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n 2007 Rivit announced its collaboration with ASSAHI Máquinas e Equipamentos Ltda, with ASSAHI distributing Rivit products into the Brazilian market. Due to this collaboration, Rivit and ASSAHI say that they


could not miss the opportunity to participate together in the fi rst edition of Fastener Fair Brasil. At stand number 401 there will be many of the Rivit tools for the assembly of fasteners (blind rivets, rivet nuts, self clinching, blind bolts, studs), and even those designed for special applications (tools for rivet nuts M14 - M16; tools for blind rivets with diameter 6.4mm, 7.8mm and 9.8mm; tools for blind bolts with diameters from 4.8mm to 10mm; as well as tools for cartridge rivets). The ASSAHI staff will be at disposal of the Brazilian visitors to


answer any technical question, while the Rivit staff will be there to ensure their support to all other visitors, to illustrate the range of products and the partnership strategies. Rivit is known in Italy and in more than 40 countries around


the world as a manufacturer and distributor of fastening systems and tools for sheet metal assembly and working. Founded in 1973 Rivit has come to develop a wide range of products for industrial fasteners (blind rivets, threaded rivet nuts, self clinching, studs, blind bolts, latches, cage nuts, spring clips) and necessary tools that go with them.


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