Richmond, VA — Drytac has signed on as a North American distributor for Lintec of America, Inc. and will promote and distribute the WINCOS (Window Cosmetics Graphics) brand of optically clear, printable window films throughout the United States and Canada.
The Lintec WINCOS line consists of UV, solvent and latex printable versions and focuses primarily on high end, long-term, permanent and removable architectural and decorative window film applications. Professional installations typically include shopping malls, airports, museums, glass office partitions, and the like. Lintec’s range complements Drytac’s existing window graphic solutions, which have been promoted for self-install (retailer), short-term promotional and decorative window film applications.
“Lintec’s optically clear materials are compatible with today’s new print technologies and are ideal for vibrant, decorative window graphics,” states Marc Oosterhuis, President of the Drytac Group. “By joining forces with Lintec, we will not only be able to offer our customers a broader range of window film products, but we’ll also be able to position ourselves as the ‘go to’ source for printable window graphic solutions in North America.”
Drytac will stock the Lintec range in Chicago, Il.; Dallas, Tx.; Los Angeles, Ca.; Richmond, Va.; and Toronto, Canada.
Drytac is an international manufacturer of adhesive-coated products, including graphic films, window films, double-sided tapes, self-adhesive print media, label stock, industrial adhesives, and heat-activated and pressure-sensitive laminates and mounting adhesives. Drytac can also create unique customized adhesive products to customer specifications. For more information, please visit www.drytac.com.
About Lintec of America, Inc.
Lintec of America, Inc. is a leading manufacturer in the field of adhesives with a diverse product range that includes adhesive papers and films for seals and labels, packaging tapes, construction materials, and optically functional films. For more information, please visit www.lintecofamerica.com.
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