Afflink forms partnership with 3M Industrial Adhesives & Tape Division

March 12, 2015

Tuscaloosa, Ala.—AFFLINK, a sales and marketing organization, has formed a partnership with 3M Industrial Adhesives & Tape Division (IATD).

The partnership allows AFFLINK members to have Access to all 3M™ Industrial Tapes, 3M-Matic™ Equipment, the Combi Packaging Systems, as well as entrée into the GTA private label division.

It also includes what has been termed a "healthy rebate and growth program."

"The addition [the 3M partnership] adds to the packaging offerings AFFLINK can now provide its members," according to AFFLINK member Mark Dinwiddie.  "It is also reflective of AFFLINK's growing emphasis on packaging matrerials and the packaging industry."   

For more information:  Contact: Michael Wilson at AFFLINK - 205.344.4185 / Scott Anderson at 3M -- 770.820.2879 for more information.

3M, GTA, Combi and 3M-Matic are trademarks of 3M Company



AFFLINK,, provides an array of comprehensive sales and marketing solutions to more than 300 distributors and 250 supplier organizations in key segments across various channels. Fostering connectivity among distributors, manufacturers and end-use customers, AFFLINK serves to develop the tools and technologies necessary for its business partners to obtain a competitive advantage in today's global marketplace.

About 3M

3M is a science-based company with a culture of creative collaboration that inspires powerful technologies, making life better. With $32 billion in sales, 3M employs 90,000 people worldwide and has operations in more than 70 countries. For more information, visit or follow @3MNewsroom on Twitter.


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