18 February 2005
18 February 2005
Magnum Venus Products have added Costas Chronis SA to their world-wide distributor network.
Costas Chronis SA has been involved in providing equipment to local universities and institutions to further the study of GRP technology applications. They have been the equipment supplier for numerous composites manufacturers in Greece across the composites industry, mainly in the fields of marine, automotive and transportation.
MVP said that the addition of Costas Chronis to the extensive MVP distributor network provides Greek customers with in-country experts who can not only sell them the innovative MVP technology, but also service it quickly on-site. “Costas Chronis has a proven track record in the Greek composites market,” says Joan Tracy, MVP Vice President of Marketing and International Sales. “Their professionalism and great reputation in the industry match exactly what we look for in an authorized MVP equipment distributor.”
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