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Advanced Engineering 2019

VELOX Announces Distribution Partnership With Porcher Industries

09 January 2019

VELOX announces the distribution partnership with the global company Porcher Industries in the following territories: Benelux, UK, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Spain/Portugal.

The agreement includes the complete product range of Porcher Industries, such as glass yarn fabrics (coated or greige), woven carbon fabrics and thermoplastics pre-pregs (PI PREG). It further includes scrims for many industrial applications such as thermal and acoustic insulation, technical adhesive reinforcement, filtration, electrical insulation, etc.

The long-term experience of Porcher Industries in various industrial sectors, the specificity and volume of their portfolio and their willingness to offer tailor-made solutions to customers, are in perfect harmony with the long-term strategy of VELOX’ Composites department.

Serge Gradys, Business Unit Manager Composites says, “We are confident that this new collaboration will allow both parties to strengthen their respective positions in various sectors of the industry and will help VELOX Composites continue its efforts to diversify its business portfolio."





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