Airtech International Extends Partnership with MSC Polymer to the UK

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Airtech International Inc. has appointed MSC Polymer AG as its distribution partner in United Kingdom for its PCB products.

Airtech International is a family owned and operated company since 1973. It produces release films, conformable films, press pads, vacuum bagging and other related lamination aids. Furthermore, the company is one of the market leaders in the field of co-extruded fluoropolymer films. It has various manufacturing sites in the United States, Luxembourg, China and the UK.

“MSC Germany, with supply stocks, technical support and value added services from Germany, enables us to meet the requirements of PCB customers in the UK,” said Jim Hegeduis, Electronics / Renewable Energy Segment Manager for Airtech.

Michael Scharmer, CEO of MSC Polymer, commented, “With our subsidiary in Singapore since 1993, we successfully serviced and developed Airtech’s PCB lamination products in Southeast Asia for the past years. We are confident that the Airtech product portfolio will also allow us to grow in the UK market and provide suitable solutions and alternatives.”



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