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Kassoy Rolls Out New Product Catalog

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The firm has refocused ‘to better suit the needs of the jewelry industry.’

(Press Release) PLAINVIEW, NY – Kassoy LLC announced the planned release of its latest product catalog.

The newly redesigned 128-page color catalog includes hundreds of items spanning several product categories, including gemological tools, testing and measuring equipment, bench tools and accessories, custom showcases, retail essentials, jewelry labels, Kenstan Lock Co. locks and more.

“This new catalog is the culmination of our recent efforts to restructure and refocus to better suit the needs of the jewelry industry,” said Hans E.R. Bosch, CEO of Kassoy. “Each product category features carefully selected, high-quality items and an option for any budget.”

A PDF version of the catalog will be available online at www.kassoy.com. To request a print version, call Kassoy toll-free at 800.452.7769 or internationally at 516.942.0560. For more information contact [email protected]

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