02 February 2016
02 February 2016
To support its ambitious growth strategy, North Thin Ply Technology (NTPT) appoints Bodo Mӧller Chemie, as its distributor for the France, Spain and Benelux regions.
NTPT explains that the distribution agreement begins with immediate effect and covers its complete range of prepreg materials and engineered composite products, including thin ply prepregs in weights down to 15 g/m2, conventional prepregs of 100-300 g/m2, multiaxial preforms and highly uniform carbon fibre tubes and machineable composite blocks. Its products are used in a wide range of high-performance composite applications in the marine, motorsports, aerospace, sports and luxury goods sectors.
NTPT says its products are complementary to Bodo Mӧller's composites portfolio and the experience and technical expertise of Bodo Mӧller's team will support the continued expansion of NTPT's business in Europe.
Headquartered in Switzerland, with manufacturing facilities in Poland, NTPT adds it is preparing for significant growth in 2016. "We've seen strong demand for our products over the past two years and as a result we will put into place a number of initiatives during 2016 designed to cope with this demand and expand our business globally," reports James Austin, CEO of NTPT. "With its expertise in our target markets Bodo Mӧller is the ideal partner to support this growth strategy."
“The composites market is demanding high performance solutions and continuous weight reduction," comments Lionel Breuilly, Managing Director of Bodo Mӧller France. "With the NTPT product range, we will propose innovative technologies to our customers in order to achieve their goals. We are delighted to promote NTPT's unique composite solutions.”
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