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Petroferm Cleaning announces distribution changes in UK


Petroferm, a part


of Vantage Specialty Chemicals, Inc., is


announcing upcoming changes to its


distribution channels in the United Kingdom.


Effective November 22nd, 2013, Samuel


Banner and Company Limited will no longer be an authorized


Petroferm distributor.


Stowlin Croftshaw, a distributor of Petroferm brands for over a decade, will be the principal distribution partner of AXAREL, BIOACT, CleanSafe and LENIUM brands in the United Kingdom. Based in Leicester, UK, The Stowlin Croftshaw group has well over 75 years combined experience supplying high quality innovative cleaning solutions and processes. According to Bill Breault, Market Manager at Petroferm,


“Stowlin is widely recognized in the UK marketplace for their high level of technical expertise that comes only with years of real application experience. We believe that this experience, coupled with their market focus and excellent customer service, will provide a solid footing for continued growth in the region.”


Stowlin maintains five highly-skilled technical sales representatives and focuses on precision cleaning market segments including aerospace, automotive, defense, and medical device.


About Petroferm


Petroferm develops, manufactures and markets environmentally responsible cleaning agents to meet the increasing demands of today’s industrial manufacturing operations. Petroferm products sold under the AXAREL, BIOACT, CleanSafe, HYDREX, LENIUM and ScaleSafe trademarks are used to clean precision parts during manufacture. Petroferm’s extensive portfolio includes state‐of‐the‐art formulations for all major cleaning processes including aqueous, semi-aqueous, manual and vapor degreasing. As a global leader in precision cleaning solutions, Petroferm’s cleaning agents are readily available throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia/Pacific regions.


www.stowlin.com www.petroferm.com Twitter@Advpreccleaners


Delta Process Systems and JOST UK sign partnership contract for new state-of-the-art paint plant


Birmingham based paint finishing specialist Delta Process Systems Ltd has signed a “partnership


agreement” with JOST UK, embracing the


design, manufacture, installation and


commissioning of a state- of-the-art paint plant for ‘Edbro’ hydraulic


cylinders produced at the factory in Bolton.


JOST´s product brand Edbro is one of world’s leading advanced lifting systems and hydraulics for the automotive, agricultural, mining and construction markets.


The new plant, which will operate to the highest standards of quality and finish, is expected to be up and running by early 2014, and will include: a new-technology three-stage pretreatment process; Delta ‘Aqua-Flow’ environmentally friendly spray booths incorporating paint feed and control systems; Delta ‘Aqua-Cleanse’ coagulation systems; and a power and free conveyor system.


JOST UK Managing Director, David Nesbitt, who signed the contract on behalf of the company, said: "The new facility will ensure that the Edbro


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hydraulic cylinders will continue to meet the optimum quality standards required by our customers in the automotive, off-highway and other industrial sectors."


He added: “With its vast experience in the design and manufacture of innovative products and systems for painting components, in particular, Delta was the obvious choice of supplier for this demanding application."


More information can be obtained from: Bob Hughes, Delta Process Systems Ltd Telephone: +44 (0) 121 358 0606 Email: enquiries@deltaprocess.co.uk www.deltaprocess.co.uk www.edbro.com


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