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Intertronics to Distibrute for Hunstman

30 April 2007

Specialist adhesives supplier Intertronics has agreed with Huntsman Advanced Materials that it will become a brand new distributor for the company’s Araldite range of general industrial adhesives.

Under its adhere brand operation, Intertronics will be responsible for the distribution of epoxy, methacrylate and polyurethane adhesives to industrial users in electronics, plastics assembly and automotive component / assembly industries in the UK.

Intertronics will work in parallel to Huntsman’s existing Araldite distribution partners in the industrial adhesive market.

Peter Swanson, MD at Intertronics and adhere brand manager, delightedly explained: ""We have a fantastic name for specialist problem solving and now we are partnered with Araldite can bring that expertise to the wide range of industrial adhesive users who just want to do the job better.""

Commenting Blaine Bishop, sales distribution manager for Northern Europe at Huntsman Advanced Materials said, ""Intertronics is responsible for the supply of a broad range of engineering and industrial products to commercial companies in the UK. We are delighted that they have extended their range to include products from the Araldite range of adhesives and whole heartedly welcome the Intertronics team into the wider Araldite distribution network that Huntsman has established.""





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