Electrolube Opens US Offices PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Monday, 25 February 2008 05:13
DERBYSHIRE, UK -- Electrochemicals supplier Electrolube has opened a corporate office in California and an operations center in Chicago to support US customers.

In a press release, the company called the moved a demonstration of Electrolube’s "continuing commitment to the US market."

The new offices will provide the US team with a base to build distribution channels, increase sales and marketing activities and enhance customer and technical support over the coming months.

Last fall, Electrolube named Brian Moylan general manager of North American operations.


 

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