Makin Metal Powders appoints Magnum Metals its North American sales agent

April 18, 2018

Makin Metal Powders (UK) Ltd., Rochdale, UK, has appointed Magnum Metals, Nettleton, Mississippi, USA, as its North American sales agent.

Magnum’s lead salesman Barry Anshutz is said to have a long track record in the metal powder industry, having previously served as Vice President of Sales for Makin’s former sister company, United States Bronze Powders, Inc.

Steve Ellis, Director of Supply Chain Operations at Makin, stated, “Magnum Metals has a first-class team and I am delighted they have agreed to represent us in the North American region. We look forward to working alongside them, utilising their significant market knowledge and excellent relationships, in order to offer our customers enhanced service and responsiveness whilst making the products and expertise of Makin even more accessible in this growing and important market.”

Makin Metal Powders manufactures copper powder, bronze powder, tin powder, infiltrants and press-ready pre-mix powders along with other related alloys from its purpose-built 10,000m2 production facility in Rochdale. The company is one of the largest European producers of copper and copper alloy powders and, as part of the GRINM family of companies, has a global reach with a worldwide network of agents and distributors.

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