Sintez RusMlM appoints BMV as sales and marketing agent in Europe

March 18, 2008

Sintez RusMlM Ltd has appointed Burkard Metallpulver Vertrieb GmbH (BMV) as its exclusive agent in Europe for the sales and marketing of its carbonyl iron products (CIP) for the use in metal injection moulding (MIM), diamond tools and synthetic diamonds.

BMV, based in Dusseldorf, Germany, was established in 2006 and is currently sole agent of UltraFine Powder Technology (UFP) for fine gas atomized powders such as stainless and low alloyed steels, Ni-, Co and Cu-alloys used in the powder metallurgy industry. Harald Burkard, Managing Director of BMV stated ‘The completion of the portfolio with CIP is a perfect match with the existing product range and the company’s long-term strategy. I am pleased to have found a great partner in Sintez RusMlM with appropriate technical capabilities, manufacturing capacities and an ambitious growth strategy’.

Sintez RusMlM is located in Dzenhinsk, Nimhny Novgorod region, Russia, and is one of the leading manufacturers of carbonyl iron products. Director Sergey Savilov stated ‘Sintez RusMlM is very pleased with the partnership with BMV. This enables us to ensure stringent and successful marketing of our CIP for the use in MIM and other industrial applications and develop the markets in Europe. With over 20 years of experience in sales and marketing of powder products and his excellent industry reputation, Harald is the ideal partner and contact for both our existing customer base and new potential customers. He will certainly help to improve our market presence and achieve our ambitious goals’.

Burkard Metallpulververtrieb GmbH
ImmermannstraBe 13
D-40210 Dusseldorf
Telefon +49(0) 211193 50115
Telefax +49(0) 21119350150

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