Good news for customers as Worth freezes prices
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Fresh off the back of a successful ICAST show, The Worth Company has more good news for customers. Its current pricing will not be increasing this year.
“We pride ourselves on sourcing the highest quality materials and we keep in close contact with our suppliers to achieve the best prices possible,” said Adam Kolbeck, Manufacturing Sales Representative for the lure components company.
“Although if unfavourable market volatility raises the cost of raw materials, a surcharge may be necessary.”
Worth has exhibited at every ASA trade show since 1958, including the first event in Chicago which hosted just 136 exhibitors. In contrast, the Stevens Point, Wisconsin, company was one of 626 exhibitors in Orlando last month.
At this year’s ICAST, Worth highlighted its Real Feel printing technology on blades. “We received extremely positive feedback and are excited to offer this new finishing option to our customers,” said Kolbeck.
“We are fully equipped to make tooling and dies in-house and have departments that specialise in wire forming, stamping, polishing, painting and plating.”