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WD-40 Company
Two trade pacts would help firms sell abroad, support U.S. jobs
Two trade pacts would help firms sell abroad, support U.S. jobs

Since our blue-and-yellow can first hit store shelves in San Diego in 1958, WD-40 Multi-Use Product has become a household item around the globe. Our company now supports thousands of jobs in the United States. But we weren't always the size we are today. When I was appointed WD-40 Co.'s chief executive in 1997, the company was just a quarter of its current size. We knew then that a crucial driver of our future growth would be expanding to markets around the world. Today, our products are available in 176 countries and territories. Although we have facilities and employees in other countries, we are based primarily in the United States and manufacture more products here than...

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