Dymax Announces New Partnership with Krayden


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Dymax, leading manufacturer of rapid curing materials and equipment, proudly welcomes its newest distribution partner, Krayden, to their growing list of business partners.

Located in Mexico, Krayden will focus their efforts on promoting and supporting the sales of Dymax light-curing solutions to the electronics, automotive, and aerospace and defense markets throughout Mexico.

Consisting of a highly specialized team of professionals with extensive experience in marketing and business development, Krayden will act as a conduit between Dymax and key customers. They will concentrate on creating and growing cooperative relationships between companies, providing expert technical guidance and assistance to design streamlined, cost-effective manufacturing processes.

The new partnership will bring Dymax together with customers to provide them with a single source for automated dispense, coating, curing, and materials solutions. “Our relationship with Krayden will help expand our reach to critical OEM manufacturers in the aerospace and defense, as well as electric vehicle industries that may not be aware of Dymax’s 40 years of experience developing innovative light-curing technologies,” commented Brent Newblom, Channel Partner Manager for Dymax Americas.

Alberto Gomez, Sales Manager for Krayden, stated, “We are excited that Dymax has chosen to work with us to expand their business into important industrial markets throughout Mexico. Along with our sales expertise and their extensive knowledge of light curing, we can help manufacturers improve their processes, expand their capabilities, enhance communications, and increase their bottom line.”

Backed by significant technical expertise, the Krayden sales team can seamlessly support onsite implementation, and in conjunction with Dymax’s extensive knowledge of the light-curing industry, offer a complete manufacturing solution to companies. Together, this alliance builds upon the Dymax mission to make its customers more capable and efficient.

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