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TeXtreme Partners up with STIGA and Moves into Table Tennis

02 December 2014

STIGA, a table tennis racket manufacturer, has turned to TeXtreme Spread Tow carbon fibre reinforcements to get maximum performance on their blades.

“The partnership with TeXtreme is a major step for us in the constant search for bringing the most innovative products in the sport. We are happy to have found such a renowned supplier in Sweden that matches our high demands for carbon fibre materials,” says Mats Bandstigen, CEO of STIGA Sports. 

Henrik Blycker, CEO of Oxeon says “We are thrilled to have entered this partnership with STIGA and to move into another area where the unique benefits of TeXtreme Technology come to use. With our knowledge and flexibility in producing the best possible carbon fibre reinforcements and STIGA’s expertise of table tennis we have set up a fruitful cooperation, hopefully leading to important victories in the future.”

Mats Bandstigen continues, “The proficiency of STIGA’s R&D department, combined with state of the art manufacturing procedures, makes it possible for STIGA to constantly provide new, innovative and unsurpassed products. The combination of the finest wood, high-end TeXtreme material and craftsmanship make STIGA’s blades the best that nature and science can offer.”






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