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Hilti opens new location in Harmon

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Today marked the grand opening of Hilti's new location in Harmon. Hilti is one of the world's leading manufacturers and suppliers of specialized tools and fastening systems. Regional key account manager Roger Ramos said, "Today's grand opening is based on the customer's needs, based on the military buildup and to feel the demand of the construction industry that is going to happen on Guam in the next few years.

"Our stock fulfills a lot of the construction trade and pretty much we want to satisfy the demand.

Hilti has more than 1,600 trained account managers and engineers throughout North America with an additional 1,300 Hilti employees nationwide.

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