13 June 2017
13 June 2017
John Burn has been appointed exclusive UK distributor of Rampf Tooling products including RAKU-TOOL boards, Close Contour and liquid materials and laminating, casting and multi-purpose systems.
German-based manufacturer Rampf is well established in the tooling sector, producing styling, modelling and working board materials.
“We are delighted for John Burn to become the exclusive UK distributor of Rampf Tooling products and we are confident our customers will be impressed with the quality of product range, which is known for its excellent mechanical properties,” comments John Burns' Managing Director, John Henderson.
“With RAKU-TOOL products and the comprehensive expertise of the team at John Burn, we are in a position to provide modelling and mould engineering customers in the UK with an encompassing and unbeatable package,” says Uwe Haas, Regional Sales Manager at Rampf Tooling Solutions.
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