Pacific Bearing Apologizes and Settles Lawsuit with Rollon

March 17, 2009
Pacific Bearing apologize and settles lawsuit with Rollon

Pacific Bearing has come to terms with Rollon Corp. over a Pacific Bearing ad which contained inaccurate claims about Rollon compact linear bearings. As part of the agreement, Pacific Bearing apologized and compensated Rollon financially.

Rollon General manger Andrew Cook said, “It is our policy to aggressively pursue companies that portray Rollon or its products incorrectly. And I thank Mr. Schroeder (CEO of Pacific Bearing) for his apology and ending this matter.”

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