Quality Float Works, Inc. Calls For Timely Action On KORUS FTA
December 3, 2010
Quality Float Works, Inc. is urging rapid submission and approval of U.S. – Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA) today in Congress. In late August, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce facilitated a Chicago area visit for the Korean Ambassador to the United States, Han Duk- Soo, and other Embassy officials, which included a tour of Quality Float Works, Inc. The local suburban Chicago small business manufacturer continues to be Ray Ban outlet successful even in a tough economy due to their international business through capitalizing on opportunities brought forth from Free Trade Agreements which have continued to allow them to tap into new markets abroad. Quality Float Works, Inc. has been a strong proponent of free trade with Korea.
“We eagerly await the ratifying of the U.S.- Korea Free Trade Agreement as it would reduce tariffs and give us a chance to sell into the Korean market,” said Sandra Westlund-Deenihan, President of Quality Float Works, Inc.
“Adopting a free trade agreement with Korea would offer a tremendous avenue to continue our success in the global marketplace,” said Jason Speer, Vice President and General Manager of Quality Float Works, Inc. “This agreement has the potential to create tens of thousands of new American jobs and boost U.S. exports and GDP by billions of dollars.”
Led by third and fourth generation entrepreneurs, President Sandra Westlund-Deenihan and her son, Vice President and General Manager Jason Speer, Quality Float Works, Inc. has been an international player for almost 50 years. This 95-year old family-owned and operated manufacturing business is http://www.gafasraybanoutletes.com/ globally engaged and has grown sales by 143% over the past 7 years due to developing a technological innovation that has allowed them to compete in the international marketplace. Quality Float Works, Inc. is an example of why free trade agreements are successful for businesses, even small businesses.