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Incoe, Beaumont Technologies will sell each other’s products

Incoe Corporation and Beaumont Technologies, Inc. (BTI) have entered into an agreement that will allow ea...

October 12, 2009   Canadian Plastics

Incoe Corporation and Beaumont Technologies, Inc. (BTI) have entered into an agreement that will allow each company to sell the other’s products.

 

Troy, Mich.-based Incoe supplies hot runner technology, while Erie, Pa.-based BTI manufactures rheologically balanced melt management system designs and inserts for cold and hot runner applications.

 

“This new agreement with BTI puts us in a unique position as a hot runner supplier,” said John D. Blundy, V.P. business development with Incoe. “It allows us to offer a seamless solution to our customers by adding cold runner technology, and complete hot to cold systems.”

 

This isn’t the first link between the two companies. Since 2003, BTI has provided hot runner manifold designs with its MeltFlipper balanced manifold technology exclusively under license to Incoe for use in their Opti-Flo hot runner systems.

 

“The collaborative working relationship we’ve had with Incoe on numerous Opti-Flo systems makes servicing both of our customer’s needs much easier moving forward,” said David A. Hoffman, technical director of Sales & Marketing for BTI. “They can now gain easier access to rheologically controlled solutions regardless of the type melt delivery system”.


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