Seven Refractories and Cobex sign distribution agreement for Russia and the CIS region

Following several years of successful project cooperation, Seven Refractories and Cobex have signed an exclusive distribution agreement for Cobex blast furnace blocks in Russia and the CIS region.

The Russian branch of Seven Refractories is taking  over management of the ordinary day-to-day business covered by the new agreement. Roman Cheglov, Managing Director of Seven Refractories in Russia, stresses: “We are very proud to take this proven cooperation a logical step forward. Over the last few years we have gained comprehensive knowledge on the Cobex product portfolio and its benefits for our customers.”

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