Titanium powder producer AP&C / Raymor appoints BMV as sales agent

November 30, 2009

BMV-Bukard Metalpulver Vertrieb GmbH has been appointed as sales agent for Advanced Powders & Coatings Inc. in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Based in Quebec, Canada, AP&C, a division of Raymor Industries, is a producer of spherical metallic powders and nanomaterials from titanium, titanium alloys, Nitinol and other high performance metals and alloys.

“Titanium is an ideal addition to our product portfolio and we are proud to have been entrusted by Raymor/AP&C with the representation of their interest. We are looking for a longstanding and fruitful partnership with this first class powder producer”, said Harald Burkard, owner and Managing Director of BMV.

BMV, based in Düsseldorf, is an established sales agent for markets including metal injection moulding, HIP & surface technology and currently represents producers of W, Co, Mo, Fe-, Co- and Ni-base alloys.

www.bmv-burkard.de / www.raymor.com

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