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December 18, 2014
VIENNA, Austria, December 18, 2014 -- GGB Bearing Technology, formerly Glacier Garlock Bearings has appointed Tinex, d.o.o. as its authorized bearing distributor for Slovenia.
“Tinex impressed me with its sales and logistical coverage, as well as its knowledge and skills,” said Matt Kite, GGB distribution manager for Europe. “Finding a distribution partner that shares our core values is a great asset, and will support our growth in southeastern Europe by helping bring value to the local customer base.”
Established in 1990 and based in Šenčur, the company offers a wide range of products, including bearings, sealing, linear motion, power transmission, gluing/ pasting, fixing and lubrication technologies, plus tools and accessories. In addition to these products, it provides technical support, training and industrial diagnostics.
“At Tinex our goal is to provide customers with the best service and to gain their trust and satisfaction,” said Tinex’s sales manager Tomaz Barisic. “This requires the support of world-class manufacturers, so we are pleased to be partnering with GGB as this relationship will provide a great extension to our product range and technical competence.”
The company can be contacted at
Rožna ulica 44
4208 Šenčur, Slovenia
Tel: 386 (0) 4 279 22 22
Fax: 386 (0) 4 279 22 33
For more information contact email@example.com.
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