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We understand your requirements, your specifications and your language.

KTB has been growing steadily and solidly for the past 40 years - primarily due to word-of-mouth recommendations from our customers who highly value our in-depth market knowledge. We know which parts have to be ordered, are familiar with all the specifications and we speak your language (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, French and Italian) - not just the actual language, but also the specialist terms. That way we can discuss the nitty-gritty of technical specifications with your on-site technicians just as well as we can arrange all the order's terms and conditions with your purchasing people and then pass on all relevant information and data to the respective suppliers.

Our employees are crucial to our success. They are highly committed to their jobs and possess excellent qualifications. What's more, they enjoy working for us. We pride ourselves on our excellent working atmosphere and watching our employees grow and develop new skills as the years go by.

This dedication to quality and continuity is not restricted to our employee relationships. We also regard every single interaction with customers and suppliers as a long-term investment. That's why our customers keep coming back to us, year in and year out - they know that their satisfaction is of paramount importance to us. We have also built up long-standing and personal relationships with most of our suppliers. This creates an atmosphere marked by confidence and trust

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