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Supplier trade day packs them in

BJ Bearings in Leongatha held a product awareness day last Friday, May 27, adding value to its customer base.

Customers were invited into the store to gain an appreciation of what BJ Bearings has to offer, with the help of product demonstrations and specialists.

“The day was successful and effective and exceeded our expectations. We will hold these supplier trade days around all eight stores in Gippsland,” area manager Tony Tormey said.

BJ Bearings is a bearing, power transmission and engineering supplier and has been established in Leongatha for over 20 years.

The business services every industrial, retail and agricultural need.

Mr Tormey said it is a one stop shop, which carries about 165,000 product lines.

“Our core suppliers include NSK Timken, Ferd, Alemlube, Peerless Products, WIA Welding, Gulf Western Oil, Hobson Engineering, Kincrome Tools and Equipment, Hitachi and Metabo, Loctite, Sutton Tools, Baldwin Filters, Molykote, Bonfiglioli Transmission, Carlisle Belts, Diamond Chain Company and more,” he said.

BJ Bearings’ experienced staff provide excellent customer service, headed at Leongatha by store manager Dave Bernaldo, who has 20 plus years experience in the industry,

“Tim O’Leary is our new area sales representative and will be covering everywhere in South Gippsland, including Wonthaggi and Phillip Island,” Mr Tormey said.

In the know: from left, Tim Hailes and Shaun Besim of Pferd, abrasive supplier for BJ Bearings, chats to Andrew Sage of Andrew Sage Engineering, covering all general engineering, based in Leongatha.  Andrew said, “There are really great deals on offer today and I am always well looked after by the staff at BJ Bearings Leongatha”.

In the know: from left, Tim Hailes and Shaun Besim of Pferd, abrasive supplier for BJ Bearings, chats to Andrew Sage of Andrew Sage Engineering, covering all general engineering, based in Leongatha.
Andrew said, “There are really great deals on offer today and I am always well looked after by the staff at BJ Bearings Leongatha”.

 

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