A Brite Company to Distribute Palm International Products

A Brite is now a distributor for Palm products including liquid nickel chloride, liquid nickel sulfamate and electroless nickel grade liquid nickel sulfate.


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A Brite Company is now a distributor for Palm International products, including liquid nickel chloride, liquid nickel sulfamate and electroless nickel grade liquid nickel sulfate.

“We are a Tier 1 Regional Distributor of Palm International’s full line of specialty chemicals and metals,” says Dan Dunigan, vice president of market development at A Brite Company.

Palm International, a Umicore Company, is the largest manufacturer of high-purity nickel concentrates. Dunigan says Palm's high-purity electroless nickel grade liquid nickel sulfate is the industry standard for use with all electrolytic and electroless nickel applications.

“Being able to distribute these lines of fine products from an industry leader gives us a tremendous edge in the marketplace,” he said. A Brite will serve as Palm’s southern regional stocking distributor in the U.S.

In addition, A Brite Company has re-launched its website.

“With the launch of this new, revised website, A Brite is now positioned to be better able to tell its story to our customers,” Dunigan says.

A Brite has been based in Garland, Texas since 1982. Visit abrite.com.

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