OPW enhances its social media presence

January 2012
Bulk Transporter;Jan2012, Vol. 74 Issue 7, p12
The article reports on the launch of One Voice blog and social media sites on networking sites of Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc., and LinkedIn Corp. by OPW Fueling Components. It states that social media sites are designed to connect employees, distributors and end-users. It mentions that the blog and channels will offer opportunity to professionals in the petroleum industry to provide feedback to OPW.


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