Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania -- Construction Polymers International (CPi), which supplies spray foam equipment and turnkey systems, is to offer parts, equipment, spray foam rigs, and related technical support for BaySystems' spray polyurethane foam (SPF) customers in the US.
Under a deal signed 18 May, Bayer MaterialScience unit BaySystems' SPF customers will get "a one-stop shop for their equipment and service needs," said a press statement from Bayer.
"We will continue to do what we do best; producing customised solutions based on our proven polyurethane experience," explained Renee Zierden, general manager of the BaySystems SPF business in the US. "At the same time, our customers will have access to equipment from CPi, a leading supplier in the spray foam equipment and services market. Simply put, this gives our customers the best of both worlds."
BMS said its customers will get faster and more efficient parts delivery and support -- with no interruption in service -- and also have the added convenience of being able to turn to CPi for standardised and custom-built spray foam rigs.
Jack DeMita, CPi chief operating officer, pointed out that CPi has recently opened a facility in Phoenix (Arizona) to serve local BaySystems customers better. "This agreement offers great synergy and enables both CPi and the BaySystems™ SPF business to concentrate on our core expertise," DeMita added.
CPi is the an authorised Graco distributor for spray foam equipment worldwide, with operations in North Canton, Ohio (its headquarters) and full-service centres in Harvey, Loiuisiana, and Berlin, Connecticut, as well as the new location in Phoenix.