Ventec International Group Completes Acquisition of TMT Trading


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Ventec International Group, a world leader in the production of polyimide & high reliability epoxy laminates and prepregs, announced that effective 1st July 2016, TMT Trading GmbH, a leading distributor of PCB base-materials including consumables and flex and rigid-flex circuit board materials, will be integrated into Ventec International Group.

Ventec International Group sees great strategic value in the integration of TMT products and employees into the Ventec International Group family. Ventec's existing product portfolio plus the TMT products create an industry leading combination that provides a seamless complimentary product offering with no visibility gaps.

The integration widens Ventec’s product offering to include complementary products such as Flexlaminates, back-up, entry & routing materials, foils, clean room products and coatings, offering a one-stop-shop for customers of laminates and PCB base materials.

Mark Goodwin, Ventec International Group’s COO, said, “Our combined organization is committed to maintaining product & service excellence and strong customer relationships and providing customers with the excellent level of service and product quality that they expect from us. Together with Thomas and his great team we will ensure that the transition period is seamless.”

Thomas Michels, Managing Director Europe, Ventec International Group added, “Having founded TMT Trading 13 years ago together with my wife Carmen, I am particularly excited by the possibilities to build on Ventec's strengths and the TMT legacy. We are bringing together two companies who have always placed a high priority upon delivering a superior customer experience and today we are more committed to this than ever.”

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