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JD Technologies, LLC Selected by FCT Ingenieurkeramik GmbH to Represent Their High Performance Ceramic Expertise In the United States
Date:9/18/2008

JD Technologies, LLC will use their extensive field sales expertise and established relationships in numerous industries to pursue new applications for FCT's proven engineered ceramic manufacturing design, development and testing expertise.

Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) September 18, 2008 -- JD Technologies, LLC, an effective field sales company and FCT, an established manufacturer of a broad variety of ceramic components and parts engineered to customers requirements, will work together to expand FCT's market share in the United States. The Size of Ceramic components FCT can produce vary from small medical devices (0.20 inches length / 0.08 inches diameter) to large aerospace / optical / industrial structures [4 feet length / up to 2 feet diameter]. The relationship creates a gateway to the US market for FCT to use their ceramic expertise and extensive product fabrication capability to enhance performance and significantly reduce product life cycle costs for their customer's products.

"We are very pleased that FCT has selected JD Technologies, LLC as their strategic partner in the United States. They have been extremely successful in helping customers thru out Europe improve their end product performance while reducing life cycle costs significantly with the use of ceramic components. We can now offer our valued US customer base the advantages of these engineered ceramic materials which will result in the same benefits" Said John Knott President of JD Technologies, LLC.

"We are delighted to be teamed with JD Technologies, LLC to help market our ceramic expertise in the United States," said Dr. Karl Berroth, Managing Partner of FCT. "Ceramics offer the benefit of enhanced performance due to high temperature & corrosion resistance, no or low wear, high stiffness and strength, low density and weight, a very low coefficient of thermal expansion, excellent t
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