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CG TEC and Refitech sign strategic partnership agreement

10 Oct 2018

During a working visit to Refitech’s production facilities in Ningbo, China, Oliver Kipf, CEO of CG TEC and Arthur Cooijmans, CEO of Refitech, signed a strategic partnership agreement.



Under the agreement CG TEC will act as a representative for all Refitech products in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and expand its portfolio with 3D shaped products. In turn Refitech will represent CG TEC in the Benelux market and also take up the latter’s high precision pulltrusion tubes, (endless) rods and assemblies in its catalogue.




One of the first joined CG TEC - Refitech products is a range of pull-winding tubes, for which a dedicated production line was set up in China.

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