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Emanuele Mascherpa to Distribute Scott Bader’s Crestabond Range

14 January 2014

Emanuele Mascherpa has been appointed by Scott Bader to distribute its specialist range of Crestabond structural adhesives and Advanced CompositeTechnology products in Italy.

The company explains the Italian marine market for Crestabond and the Crestomerranges of structural adhesives will continue to be supplied by Scott Bader long standing partner Resintex Technologies, who Scott Bader says is the official national distributor in Italy for its range of Crystic polyester, vinylester and Crestapol resin range plus gelcoats, pigments and bonding pastes. 

Jon Stowell, Global Business Manager, Adhesives for Scott Bader commented “We are delighted with the appointment of Mascherpa to represent us and distribute the Crestabond range of structural adhesives across Italy to customers in the key industrial, automotive and transportation target markets where our structural adhesives provide significant performance and productivity benefits to manufacturers.”

Mascherpa states it is an industrial trading company for machine tools, tooling instruments, components, specialty lubricants, industrial adhesives and sealants, encapsulants and anti-corrosion products.  Its headquarters is located in Milan, Italy from which it supplies the whole of the country.  






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