12 January 2016
12 January 2016
Solvay has signed an exclusive distribution agreement between its Composite Materials Global Business Unit and Bang & Bonsomer Group with effect from 1 January 2016, covering Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia and Finland for all Process Materials products.
Solvay explains, the Process Materials product portfolio supports the end-to-end manufacturing of composite parts and includes an extensive portfolio of vacuum bagging consumables, pre-manufactured kitting solutions and tooling products. It provides advanced composites process materials for aerospace, automotive, wind energy, motorsport, marine, mass transportation and other demanding applications.
“We are excited to further expand our co-operation with Solvay. Our strength is in technical sales distribution for the composites industry in the geographical territory including Finland, the CIS countries, Scandinavia and the Baltic countries. We see Solvay as a key partner for Bang & Bonsomer Group,” said Mikko Teittinen, CEO for Bang & Bonsomer Group.
Solvay Composite Materials says it is committed to expanding its presence in aerospace, wind energy and industrial markets as part of its global Process Materials strategy. This exclusive distribution agreement with Bang & Bonsomer will enhance Solvay’s business development in Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia and Finland, working with locally based partners in the composites industry, while offering them the consistent high level of customer service that they associate with Solvay worldwide.
“This agreement is a great achievement in expanding our market coverage and supports our commitment to the Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia and Finland markets,” said Tony Steels, Business Director for Solvay Composite Materials - Process Materials
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