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Zircoa Launches Excess Inventory Program

May 24, 2010
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"Our Excess Inventory Program makes available products that we consider mainstream, appealing to the broadest group of companies utilizing refractory products," a company spokesperson said.

Zircoa, Inc. recently announced that it has launched a program on to make its excess inventory available for immediate sale at reduced prices. “We have excess inventory, in various quantities, throughout our entire product line,” said a Zircoa spokesperson. “Initially, our Excess Inventory Program makes available products that we consider mainstream, appealing to the broadest group of companies utilizing refractory products. We will consider adding other products as the program matures and is refined.

“Our excess inventory results from numerous factors, including adjustment for failure rate during firing and cancelled orders. Our excess inventory is all first quality. Everything Zircoa offers for sale is manufactured under the same ‘ISO 9001:2008 with Design’ certified standards.”

Zircoa’s Excess Inventory Program currently includes: standard refractory brick, tongue and groove refractory brick, zirconia crucibles, alumina crucibles, refractory discs and coarse-grain tubes. Excess inventory is available on a first-come, first served-basis, and product availability is subject to change at any time. Lists are updated (at least) once per month.

To access the program, visit www.zircoa.com.

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