Absolute Haitian Adds New Representation In Eastern Canada
Barway Plastic Equipment Inc. will serve as the new sales representation for the company.
Barway Plastic Equipment Inc., Vaudreuil- Dorion, Quebec, is the new sales representation for the distribution of Haitian and Zhafir injection molding machines in the eastern part of Canada.
Barway will carry Haitian servo-hydraulic molding machines and Zhafir all-electric molding machines in a territory that encompasses Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland.
Barway has been serving injection molding processers in the plastics industry since 1993. Wayne Hart is president of Barway Inc and Barway’s vice president of sales Philippe Sisley, brings 18 years of experience in the injection molding industry. The company also addresses processor needs with access to other major equipment suppliers such as Advantage Engineering, Maguire Products, Novatec Inc., Kongskilde and Rotogran.
“Absolute Haitian is intensifying our focus on the Canadian marketplace as we have machine solutions that will benefit those molders,” said Glenn Frohring, president and one of the owners of Absolute Haitian. “We’re excited to be working with an experienced and knowledgeable sales people in Wayne and Philippe.”
“Given the proximity of Absolute Haitian’s Worcester, Massachusetts headquarters to Eastern Canada, my customers will easily benefit from the quick delivery of machinery, aftermarket parts and service,” said Hart. “I’m looking forward to working with the Absolute Haitian team.”
In order to better serve Canadian customers, Absolute Haitian has incorporated in Canada to help facilitate the transfer of goods across the Canadian – U.S. border. The company is working on plans that include the expansion of its presence in the Ontario area in the future.
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