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Unitedcoatings Group Launches Lincotek Additive

Unitedcoatings Group (UCG) launched Lincotek Additive to provide a complete additive service offering for customers' supply chains.

Lincotek Additive will allow an improved focus on the group's additive capabilities, including expertise in research, design, engineering, production and assembly, built on more than 15 years of experience in serial production. The company claims to have the lowest-in-class scrap rates, with more than 100,000 devices produced per year. 

The introduction of Lincotek Additive is a second step in the rebranding of UCG's subsidiaries. This new positioning combines the capabilities of Eurocoating and Turbocoating in support of the additive market. In October, UCG renamed the acquired CoorsTek Medical business as Lincotek Medical alongside Eurocoating and Surface Dynamics. By mid-January 2020, the other UCG divisions will become Lincotek Surface Solutions (formerly Turbocoating), Lincotek Medical (NanoSurfaces, Anteco and Eurocoating Wuxi) and Lincotek Equipment (Artec). 

Winfried Schaller, Chief Executive Officer, said, “The Group’s success under its different brands has been impressive and now it’s time to present ourselves under one coherent umbrella while leveraging the goodwill and technology depth of our current businesses. The group has become a real global player – a much larger and unique company, strongly rooted in our core values and service concept. The rebranding process is part of our internationalization strategy, which – in line with our growth plans – prepares the group for future challenges and guarantees continuity to our partners and the wider market in the long run.”