Brain4PCB GmbH and ELTECH SAS Agree to Cooperate


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Brain4PCB GmbH, a German newly founded provider of high-end products for the manufacturing of materials for the production of PCBs and ELTECH SAS, a French supplier with more than 35 years of experience, have agreed on a supply agreement for ThinFlex flexible laminates. ELTECH will distribute the products of Brain4PCB GmbH within the non-German speaking countries of Europe.

Both companies see a great benefit for their customers by establishing this cooperation.

Frank Bentzinger, the sole owner and managing director of Brain4PCB GmbH, has agreed to work with a well-established company such as ELTECH.

Also Christophe Pompel is enthusiastic by having added a world class material to his line card which will offer ELTECH´s customers an even better supply chain than today.”

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