Azelis has announced a new distribution agreement with Perstorp. Image source: fotomek – stock.adobe.com.
22. May 2020 | Raw materials
Azelis announces a new distribution agreement with Perstorp
Effective immediately, Azelis will distribute Perstorp’s polyols and solutions portfolio in parts of Northern Europe.
The new mandate is supposed to enable Azelis to extend its product offering in this region for both the performance chemicals and the CASE market segment.
The product offering consists mainly of decorative and industrial coatings, printing inks, synthetic lubricants and various plastic materials. The agreement also aims at supporting the organic growth strategy of Azelis through a multi-national coverage with its partners.
Marnik Tack, Market Segment Director for Performance Chemicals at Azelis, comments: "Perstorp’s high-quality portfolio is a great new asset in Azelis’ lateral value chain in the respective countries, enabling us to offer innovative, tailor-made solutions to our customers. This new agreement is also an important acknowledgment of our continuous efforts to build strong and value-added partnerships in EMEA.”
Klaudija Cavala, Director Channel Management, Business Area Specialty Polyols & Solutions at Perstorp, adds: "We are confident that the strategic partnership with Azelis will provide our customers with an outstanding customer service and strong supply chain. Perstorp’s decision was driven by Azelis’ commitment to growth and dedicated organisation for each industry, its market knowledge, commercial drive and continuous focus on innovation.”
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