Beneq Strengthens Presence In Baltic Region By Agent Partnership

Date: 20 November 2009
Source: Beneq
Beneq has entered a strategic agent partnership with Armgate SIA for representation in the Baltic countries Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.

Israel Ayala, Beneq Sales Manager for the Baltic region comments: "The glass industry as a whole, as well as the surging high-tech markets, including photovoltaics, are actively seeking enabling technologies and competitive processes for their growing needs.Beneq aims to be at the forefront of development and continue to be an acknowledged provider of advanced technology and equipment. Partnerships with leading agencies, such as Armgate, strengthen our local presence and ensure immediate access to the customer interface."
If you or your company are located in Latvia, Lithuania or Estonia and would like more information about Beneq and our products, please contact:
Armgate, SIA
Liliju 20, Marupe
2167 Riga
Armgate, UAB
J. Kubiliaus 6
08234 Vilnius
Armgate OÜ
Kassi 15
12618 Tallinn

600450 Beneq Strengthens Presence In Baltic Region By Agent Partnership
Date: 20 November 2009
Source: Beneq

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