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Vesconite opens European office

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Vesconite, maker of high-performance bearing polymers, has opened a European office and warehouse in Utrecht, Netherlands, and has added a sales engineer to its Cleveland, South Africa, headquarters, company CEO Jean-Patrick Leger recently announced.

Matthew Davey is managing director of the new Utrecht facility. He is a civil engineer with experience in pumping and environmental technologies, and speaks English and Spanish, according to a company statement.

Thomas Utermark, who has been hired as sales engineer at headquarters, has a structural engineering background with marine experience. Utermark will focus on the marine industry, business development and improving the global sales processes, according to the company.

For more information, visit www.vesconite.com.

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