Did you hear?... Sympatex Technologies enters into partnership with Tiong Liong

Sympatex Technologies, manufacturer of the Sympatex weatherproofing system, has entered into a partnership with textile laminator Tiong Liong.
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Sympatex Technologies, manufacturer of the Sympatex weatherproofing system, has entered into a partnership with textile laminator Tiong Liong, part of The Nam Liong Group, a 40 year-old manufacturer of apparel and footwear textiles and finished goods based in Taichung, Taiwan. Michael Murphy, a U.S.-based sales representative of Tiong Liong, has been appointed to help sell, promote and market the new Sympatex/Tiong Liong laminates to the U.S. outdoor and apparel markets.

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