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Aerovac Launch of Indian Liaison Office

06 September 2011

Richmond Aerovac has launched its new liaison office, based in India. 

 

They say the liaison office is a communication channel between Richmond Aerovac in the UK and their Indian customers, which will be managed by Rimzath Ali, who is based in Chennai.

 

They explain that Rimzath is a B Tech polymer technologist with nine years experience in composite manufacturing, which include six years in wind turbine blade manufacturing.  As well as this, Rimzath has carried out a number of resin infusion projects in the wind energy, marine, defence and automotive industries. Rimzath will coordinate information flow between Richmond Aerovac’s customers and will also assist them in completely understanding the utilities of Richmond Aerovac’s products.





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