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Base Materials Partner with Russian Distributor BMP Technology

11 February 2014

Base Materials, a subsidiary of Base Group, has assigned BMP Technology as its distributor of pattern and mould materials across Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan.

In order to meet the global demand for composites, Base Group continues to develop key strategic relationships with regional partners such as BMP Technology. This new partnership results in Base Groups global reach spanning three continents.

“BMP Technology is a market leader with expert knowledge and capability to develop the Russian composites industry; this complements Base Groups ambition to introduce innovative technology to international markets. This synergy has led the two companies to develop market opportunity in unprecedented timescales”explains Samantha Littler, Commercial Director of Base Group.

Alexander Shreiber, Executive Director for BMP Technology explains the development of the Russian composites industry is vital for the growth of the economy. Mr Shreiber added, “Through this partnership, we are able to support the necessary development of the Russian composites industry by supplying Base Groups, market leading products to the automotive, aerospace, and industrial markets.”





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