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SDL Atlas names Manutrol Inc as Sales Representatives for Canada

Release Date 09.15.16Subscribe RSS

SDL Atlas, a global leader in textile testing solutions, is pleased to announce that Manutrol Inc. is now the exclusive distributor for SDL Atlas in Canada.

Manutrol Inc., with offices in Milton and Montreal, has served the Canadian region for the past 26 years supplying industrial manufacturers with high quality process equipment and instrumentation used primarily in the chemical, plastic, textile and graphic arts industries.

“We are pleased that Manutrol Inc. partnered with SDL Atlas,” said Martin Jansen, SDL Atlas North, South and Central Americas Sales Director. “We are confident that Murray Steeves and Mike Rozel, through their expertise in process instrumentation, will offer our current and new customers in Canada outstanding bi-lingual English and French support.”

To reach Manutrol please contact; for customers  in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia,  Murray Steeves by phone at 416-200-3011 or by email at murray@mantrol.com and for customers in Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, contact Mike Rozel by phone at 514-240-7625 or by email at mike@manutrol.com.

SDL Atlas is committed to providing customers confidence in standard based testing. With offices and experts in the United States, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and China, plus agents serving over 100 countries, SDL Atlas is ready to support its customers with instruments, equipment, test materials and services anywhere in the world.

For more information on SDL Atlas, visit www.sdlatlas.com or contact an SDL Atlas solutions expert:

-          (US) T: +1 803 329 2110; E: info@sdlatlas.com 

-           (Hong Kong) T: +852 3443 4888; E: info@sdlatlas.com.cn 

-           (China) T: +86 755 2671 1168; E: info@sdlatlas.com.cn  



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