25 June 2010
25 June 2010
Lewcott Corporation has added BMB Solutions Composites of Quebec and Ontario as sales representative for Canada.
BMB will become Lewcott’s exclusive sales representative in Quebec and will also represent Lewcott at other customers throughout the rest of Canada on an account specific basis. The principals at BMB Solutions have been supplying Canadian aerospace and industrial manufacturers for over 20 years.
Patrick Morin, President of BMB Solutions Composites stated, “We are pleased to add Lewcott’s high quality line of prepregs to our product line up. Lewcott’s industry leading position in high performance materials for interiors applications, as well their strong portfolio of structural, low dielectric, and other prepregs fit well with the needs of Canadian manufacturers. Lewcott’s prepregs fit well with our existing product portfolio which should allow us to offer one stop shopping to Canadian customers for their composite materials and processing needs.”
Michael Buck, President of Lewcott added, “We are excited to add a highly respected company such as BMB Solutions Composites to the Lewcott team. Their knowledge and experience in the Canadian marketplace, particularly in Quebec, is unmatched. We are very excited about the competitive advantage that Lewcott phenolic based prepregs provide for aircraft and other interior applications and are confident that BMB Solutions is the perfect partner to help us grow our business in Canada. Lewcott is AS9100 certified and we plan to leverage our phenolic resin expertise and prepreg capabilities with our world class manufacturing to offer technically superior and cost effective product solutions to the aerospace, marine, and rail interior industries, among others.”
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