2011 PTDA Membership Directory available

Aug. 1, 2011
The 2011 Membership Directory of the Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) is now available in several formats. The print directory includes

The 2011 Membership Directory of the Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) is now available in several formats. The print directory includes nearly 500 industry contacts, including a list of power transmission/motion control distributors with company executive contact information, branch numbers and locations, and manufacturers represented by the firm. In addition, a section on manufacturers lists top-level management and product categories. Other directory highlights include an associate member listing with contact information and company description, an overview of products and services available, phone and e-mail contact information for PTDA leaders, and an advertiser index.

Print editions are available to PTDA members for $30 and to non-members for $250. An e-mail version of the directory is available for $100 to members and $500 to non-members. A database version of the directory includes e-mail, phone, fax, and address information for key contacts and is available only to PTDA members for $100. For more information, visit ptda.org or call (312) 516-2100.

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