Sonic Tools to Attend SEMA for First Time - Tire Review Magazine

Sonic Tools to Attend SEMA for First Time

Netherlands-based Sonic Equipment’s U.S. subsidiary Sonic Tools will attend the SEMA Show for the first time this year and exhibit its line of tools and storage solutions.

Sonic Tools will give SEMA attendees a personal introduction to the company’s product range at Booth #16607 in North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The company will also feature three tools at the SEMA New Product Showcase, located in the Sky Bridge area of the Las Vegas Convention Center. These tools include:

  •  Sonic Master Work Station – A storage and workbench solution for service centers, featuring a self-supporting structure, ample storage space, a stainless steel work surface, integrated USB, LAN and air connectors. It is also compatible with the Sonic Foam System.
  • Sonic Filled Suitcase – A suitcase for technicians and enthusiasts that features 132 pieces, individual tool holders for each piece, a document holder, rubber wheels and suspension for smooth transport, and double-gas struts.
  • Sonic S10 Toolbox – A professional-grade toolbox with eight drawers, an ABS workbench top deck and integrated can holders, towel holders and trash bin. The toolbox is also compatible with the Sonic Foam System.

Sonic Equipment entered the North American market in September with its U.S. subsidiary Sonic Tools.

 

 

 

 

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