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Stuller Rolls Out New Tools Catalog

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It has 750+ new products.

(Press Release) LAFAYETTE, LA – Manufacturer and global distributor Stuller announced the release of its newest tools catalog, “Tools, Equipment, and Metals 2017-2018.”

“This 600-plus page catalog is the resource for everything a jeweler would need to build, upgrade, or replenish their shop,” said Tammy Kidder, vice president of merchandising. “There are more than 750 new products, all of which have been tried and tested in our own manufacturing processes, so we know they won’t disappoint our customers.”

Additional features of the catalog include:

  • Colored coded tabs for quicker category navigation.
  • Replacement parts and accessories next to appropriate equipment.
  • An updated product index.
  • Direct Stuller.com links for a better shopping experience from the catalog to the website.

“This catalog takes all the stress away when it comes to buying tools and equipment,” said Kidder. “It’s conveniently categorized to make the buying process a smooth and easy experience.”

See the entire selection of tools, equipment, and metals at www.stuller.com.

In 1970, Matthew Stuller founded Stuller, Inc. Headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana; the prime manufacturer provides a wide range of goods and services for jewelry professionals worldwide.

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Stuller’s core product categories include: bridal jewelry, wedding bands, fine jewelry, mountings, diamonds, gemstones, findings, metals, tools, packaging and digital solutions.INSTORE Stuller Tools Equipment and Metals 878

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