National Standard (NS), a prominent player in the welding industry, is preparing for a momentous organizational transformation that promises to reaffirm its commitment to the welding wire sector. The company has been hard at work on a significant change that will be revealed in the near future.
While details remain undisclosed, the company hopes to build anticipation with welders nationwide at the unveiling at an upcoming trade show. NS has earned a reputation for its commitment to delivering top-quality wire products and exceptional customer service to the power, industrial, tire bead, and welding industries.
Now, the company is preparing to take a giant leap forward in the welding wire community by positioning itself as a catalyst for product innovation and a customer-centric experience.
“This upcoming branding is an exciting time for our company,” said Tom Wehner, VP of sales & marketing at NS. “It will reflect our increased commitment to the welding industry with the return of some popular programs from days of old, as well as new innovations to enhance our customers’ experience. Our team has spent considerable hours working on this endeavor. It will truly be a tribute to our company’s great history and bright vision for our future.”
The eagerly anticipated revelation is scheduled to take place at FABTECH, the event for the metal fabrication industry, set to be held at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois, from September 11th to 14th , 2023.
NS will feature new developments, free samples of world-class welding wire and opportunities to learn more about the company’s visionary approach along with the positive impact it will have on welders and the industry at large (be sure to visit Booth #B35022).
“This transformation builds on decades of history, our solid commitment to our customers and sparks a new trajectory of innovation and service,” said Scott Funderburk, VP and GM of NS.
Welders and industry professionals are invited to stay tuned for updates and further information regarding the groundbreaking development of NS. This is a change that promises to shape the welding wire landscape and elevate the experiences and expectations of welders across the nation.