CCI Eurolam Group Expands Market Reach


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The CCI Eurolam Group, for more than thirty years has been the distributor of Pacothane products in many of the key markets in EMEA. We are pleased to announce that from January 2016 the territories that CCI Eurolam Group will handle on behalf of Pacothane Technologies LLC has been expanded to include the UK, Benelux, Scandinavia and Switzerland

Pacothane services the worldwide PCB market, which includes Rigid Multilayer, Rigid/Flex, Cover-layer Flex, Flexible Multilayer, Copper and Un-Clad Laminates and Smart Cards. Its products, manufactured in the USA, are used in over fifty countries worldwide and have gained the reputation for being the leading products used for Lamination Assist. The company offers comprehensive technical support for all of its products through a strong network of distributors.

CCI Eurolam Group, celebrated its centenary in 2014, is an EMEA leading distributor of products used in the PCB and related industries. The Group represents many of the world’s major manufacturers including DuPont, Dow Chemicals, EMC, Arlon, Kingboard, Agfa, CAC, LCOA and its broad product offering is supported by distribution centres in Germany, the UK and France, with a team of dedicated technical service specialists.

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