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SouthWest NanoTechnologies (SWeNT), a leading manufacturer of single-wall, few-wall and multi-wall carbon nanotube materials for printed electronics, energy storage and composites applications has appointed Matteson-Ridolfi to distribute its SMW™ Specialty Multiwall carbon nanotube (CNT) products in the United States.
Matteson-Ridolfi, Inc. is a premier distributor of specialty chemicals, polymer additives, pigments and resins, based in Riverview, MI.
According to Rick Jansen, VP of Sales at SWeNT, "We feel fortunate to have found sales representation of the quality and experience of Matteson-Ridolfi. This partnership will greatly improve our sales coverage in a territory that contains many key customers for our SMW materials."
"Our SMW materials are being qualified in a wide range of applications including conductive plastics, reinforced elastomers, battery electrodes, anti-corrosive coatings and thermally conductive compounds," said SWeNT CEO Dave Arthur. "Given their sterling track record over the past half-century, Matteson-Ridolfi is perfectly suited to help us grow our U.S. sales in 2014 and beyond."
According to Scot Westerbeek, president of Matteson-Ridolfi, "SWeNT's SMW materials are a perfect fit for our existing product lines. We believe these products are positioned for extraordinary growth, and we're looking forward to developing the market for these remarkable materials in an exciting array of commercial technologies."
About SouthWest NanoTechnologies (SWeNT)
SouthWest NanoTechnologies (SWeNT) is a leading manufacturer of single-wall, few-wall and multi-wall carbon nanotube materials for printed electronics, energy storage and composites applications. With its patented CoMoCAT® catalyst technology and scalable, low-cost manufacturing methods, based on fluidized-bed, catalytic CVD, SWeNT produces carbon nanotubes with superior control over structure, purity, and optoelectronic properties. For more information, please visit www.swentnano.com, or call 405-809-6262.
Matteson-Ridolfi, Inc. is a leading distributor of specialty chemical for manufacturers worldwide. The company has delivered continued growth by forming partnerships with raw material suppliers in the coating, adhesive, plastic, ink, lubricant, cleaner, battery and pharmaceutical industries, as well as expanding its geographical coverage to include the Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic, and New England states. Matteson-Ridolfi is a member of the National Association of Chemical Distributors and maintains ISO 9001:2008 certification for its Quality Management System. For more information please visit www.mattrid.com, or call 734-479-4500.
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