Inseto to distribute FOM Technologies Slot-die Coating Products in the UK and Ireland
24th August 2020
Andover, United Kingdom – Inseto, a leading technical distributor of equipment and materials, has been appointed by FOM Technologies to distribute its slot-die coating products in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Founded in 2012, and a spin-off from Risø/DTU (Danish Technical University), FOM Technologies quickly gained a reputation for its pioneering equipment for the application of functional coatings. The company’s slot-die equipment is used by researchers, scientists and other industry professionals to develop functional coatings that can be placed on sheet materials and other substrates for R&D purposes, perfected and then commercialised for roll-to-roll (R2R) manufacturing techniques, for example.
Michael Stadi, FOM Technologies’ CEO, comments: “In order to strengthen our global appearance, we are pleased to announce that we have signed a strategic partnership with Inseto. Inseto is representing complementary equipment manufacturers and supplying materials into the sectors we already serve. The company has a long track record for sales of laboratory and industrial equipment and has an excellent reputation for customer service.”
Established in 1987, Inseto has Equipment, Consumables and Adhesive divisions. The company has experience of supplying substrate materials for use in functional coating applications and is already active in those sectors most likely to benefit from FOM’s slot-die coating technologies.
Matt Brown, Managing Director of Inseto, concludes: “We are excited to be working with FOM Technologies. We always research the technologies of companies when expanding our services. Because FOM Technologies’ precision coating solutions are enabling battery, solar and other electronic technology companies to deliver increased performance and reliability, that is of great relevance to the industry sectors we’ve been supporting for more than three decades. This agreement is a win for us and for our customers”.
For further information please visit: www.inseto.co.uk