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Zeus Catalog Available in Six Languages

August 23, 2010

ORANGEBURG, S.C., Aug. 23 /PRNewswire/ — Zeus, Inc., a global leader in material science and high-performance polymer extrusions, announces it is now publishing its catalog in 6 languages: English, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. Zeus has also increased its number of bilingual Technical Account Managers and modified customer support hours to better accommodate partners in Asia. All six catalogs are available for download at http://www.zeusinc.com.

“Publishing our catalog in six languages is one of the ways in which we are enhancing convenience and accessibility for our partners across the globe,” said Alan Andrews, Senior Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing. “Overall, the goal is to maintain world-class support that is extremely responsive and customer-focused, from initial contact to completion of the project.”

Zeus specializes in precision extrusions of Absorv(TM) absorbable polymers, PTFE, FEP, PEEK(TM), and other engineered polymers. The product line also includes heat-shrink, PEEKshrink(R), Sub-Lite-Wall(R), Aeos(R) ePTFE, and multi-lumen tubing. Zeus offers value-added services, such as flaring, flanging, etching, and pad printing.

About Zeus, Inc.: Zeus, Inc. is headquartered in Orangeburg, SC, USA. Zeus is a world leader in material science and the production of high-performance polymer tubing used in demanding applications, operating multiple facilities in North America and internationally. Zeus products and services are preferred by companies in medical, automotive, electrical, fluid handling, aerospace, and mechanical markets. For more information, visit http://www.zeusinc.com.


    Press Contact:

    Samantha D. Farlow
    Communications Coordinator
    publicrelations@zeusinc.com
    (803) 268-9500

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SOURCE Zeus, Inc.


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