19 November 2013
19 November 2013
SCIGRIP are continuing to expand its sales presence in Central Europe with the assistance of Polish adhesives supplier, Alugraf.
SCIGRIP was formed following the merger of two companies in the adhesives industry, Weld-On and Holdtite. The company predicts their products will have broad appeal to Central European manufacturers working within the marine, automotive, rail, agricultural, construction and recreational vehicle sectors.
“Huge opportunities exist in this region. There is a strong requirement to replace traditional and often time consuming production methods with high strength, reliable adhesive bonding processes. With Alugraf’s support and superior knowledge of our products we feel confident our technologies will be well received.” commented Mark Rogan, SCIGRIP’s European Sales and Marketing Manager.
Alugraf and SCIGRIP will be exhibiting together at the Kompozyt Expo 2013 held in Poland on the 21 - 22 November and will showcase a selection of high performance MMA 10:1 structural products.
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