Ritec Fast Tracks Expansion of ClearShield® European Network

Ritec International Limited is now working directly with distributors and customers throughout Europe following the mutually agreed termination of a supply agreement with Bohle AG.

Ritec’s range of market-leading systems for surface protection, renovation and maintenance includes the ClearShield® System, the pioneering durable ‘non-stick’ technology for glass.

Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the ClearShield® System during 2011, Ritec is also developing the concept of international Centres of Excellence which will provide direct access at a local level to its full range of technologies including training for on-site or in-factory application, marketing, product and technical support.

Stephen Byers, Ritec’s Managing Director, explains the move: “Our knowledge of all sectors of the glass industry all around the world confirms that our customers demand more than just off-the-shelf supplies. We have therefore returned to our tried and tested business model of working directly with our customers to help them create new and innovative routes to market.”


Ritec’s track records, gained over the past three decades in markets as diverse as decorative sandblasting, showers, marine and architectural glass, enable customers to add value to their product ranges through tailored marketing packages proven to generate extra profits.

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Date: 5 August 2011
Source: Ritec International Ltd

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