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MicroCare Taps Senko as Distributor

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NEW BRITAIN, Conn., May 24, 2011 — MicroCare Corp., a manufacturer of precision cleaning, coating and lubrication products, has selected Senko Advanced Components, a fiber optic connectivity company, to distribute its Sticklers fiber optic cleaning products. Based in Marlborough, Mass., with offices worldwide, Senko supplies more than 1000 types of fiber optic components and systems.

The products are widely used for cleaning fiber splices, jumpers and connectors in a range of market segments, including the telecommunications, defense, medical, cable and engineering industries.

The two companies together expect to offer a complete service to customers.

“Above all, Senko understands that cleaning is a vital operation when connecting modern, high-speed fiber optic networks. The Sticklers cleaning products are entirely complimentary to Senko interconnect products, and this is a fantastic opportunity to work together to reinforce the message,” said Jim Crowfoot, European sales manager for Senko Advanced Components (Euro) Ltd.

“Senko Advanced Components is incredibly successful in the fiber optic market, with over 20 years experience in the industry, which is why I’m confident they will be an ideal distribution partner for Sticklers fiber optic cleaning product,.” said Scott Wells, European MicroCare business development manager.

Senko will be stocking the full range of Sticklers fiber optic cleaning products for distribution globally.

MicroCare supplies to a wide variety of industries, including the electronics, metal finishing, transportation, photonics, medical device and aerospace sectors.

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