AccuTec Blades Selected for VEDP’s VALET Program

03.01.19

AccuTec Blades announces its participation in the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) program.  AccuTec will leverage the consulting, research, and financial resources of VALET and its partners to expand and grow our already robust International/Export business.

Bird's eye view of Verona blade manufacturing facility
AccuTec’s facility in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. We understand why VEDP wants the lush state of VA to keep on flourishing.

The goal of the VALET program is to stimulate the internatinal trade growth of companies throughout Virginia.  When a Virginia company expands its internation trade, not only does that company grow, but so does Virginia’s economy.  VEDP’s Valet program is a national model for other states to grow their export trade, and has been successfully helping Virginia companies for over a decade.

AccuTec is joining 48 other companies currently enrolled in the program.  According to VEDP, “The VALET program generates an average increase in international sales of 54% for participating companies.”  So how does the program generate such phenomenal results?  By supporting participating companies in several unique ways.  They provide “attorneys, web designers, bankers, translators, accountants, and freight forwarders” to offer any support a company might need (VEDP).  All of these elements work together to provide top notch export planning.

AccuTec’s North American manufactured Personna, American Line, and Gem brands and numerious OEM and private label blades and balded tools can currently be found helping people do amazing work on 5 continents.  We are confident the VALET program will help us expand our already robust global network.  To learn more about our new partnership with VEDP, visit https://www.vedp.org/press-release/2019-01/augusta-county-company-selected-valet.