Home » Davis-Standard and Guangdong Jinming Machinery Announce Strategic Partnership to Increase Global Footprint, Products and Services in Blown Film
Davis-Standard LLC and Guangdong Jinming Machinery Co. Ltd., announce that they have signed collaboration agreements that will enhance the blown-film product line, global footprint and service capabilities of both companies, helping to provide customers around the world with high-value blown-film systems.
Davis-Standard is renowned as a leading expert in seven-plus-layer blown film technology, featuring precision engineering to support wide and high-speed blown film processes. The complement of Jinming’s capabilities will offer customers a convenient one-stop shop for a wider range of best-in-class machinery,
service and support.
Robert Preston, Davis-Standard’s CEO, states: “We are extremely delighted about our strategic partnership with a company that shares our philosophy of putting customers first. Our strategic partnership with Jinming enhances Davis-Standard’s ability to provide to customers in Asia and around the
world exceptional blown film products and first-rate support and service, while strengthening our competitiveness to ensure long-term success and a market-leading position.”
Fred Pereira, Davis-Standard’s president of Asia-Pacific, adds, “We are very excited to be partnering with Jinming, the leading supplier of blown film systems in China. With Jinming's modern machinery and focus on quality complementing Davis-Standard's world-class technology, we believe we have a winning formula to provide our customers with a range of blown film solutions that offer great value. We are anticipating jointly developing products that will utilize the strengths of each company to benefit our customers globally.”
Jinming has been appointed as sales representative for the Davis-Standard blown film product line in Asian markets (excluding Russia and the European Union), while Davis-Standard has become the exclusive distributor of Jinming’s blown film product line in Europe (including Russia and the European Union), Africa, Australia/New Zealand and North and South America.
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