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Interpipe to partner with Turkey's Aydin Boru

One year, $15m deal will see Turkish firm become Interpipe distributor

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The one year deal has been valued at a minimum of $15m. (GETTY IMAGES)
The one year deal has been valued at a minimum of $15m. (GETTY IMAGES)

Steel pipe manufacturer Interpipe has announced that it has signed off on a one year agreement with Turkey’s Aydin Boru, worth a minimum of US $15 million. The deal will see the Turkish pipe firm become Interpipe’s official distributor within Turkey, becoming a major seller of the firm’s seamless line pipes.

“Interpipe has been present in the Turkish market for over a decade, and this new partnership highlights our ongoing commitment to providing quality service and improved delivery times. Aydin Boru has proven to be a reliable partner in the industry and is renowned for focusing on the customer’s need. Partnering with them as our official distributor in Turkey allows us to be confident that our customers always receive our certified products according to the standard and quality required,” said Interpipe ME director of sales and regional development, Andrey Burtsev.

Aydin Boru managing director, Bulent Ketenci, added: “With years of experience in steel pipes, stock and supply distribution, our new partnership is testament to our attention to customer satisfaction both before and after sales. We are delighted to be working with Interpipe and deliver products that meet the customer’s needs.”
 

 

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