Did you hear?... Holmenkol establishes Uvex Sports Inc as its exclusive North American distributor

Holmenkol a division of LOBA GmbH Ditzingen, Germany has established Uvex Sports Inc, of Cranston, RI as its exclusive North American distributor for Holmenkol Ski Wax and related tools.
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Holmenkol a division of LOBA GmbH Ditzingen, Germany has established Uvex Sports Inc, of Cranston, RI as its exclusive North American distributor for Holmenkol Ski Wax and related tools. Uvex Sports will be have a full stock of Holmenkol products by August 15 the company said, and will ship pre-season orders taken by the previous distributor.

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