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16. Jul 2020 | Raw materials

Sudarshan now partnering with Nordmann

Nordmann has expanded its portfolio: The Hamburg-based company is now distributing products from Sudarshan, a global leader in the manufacture of colour pigments located in India.

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While Nordmann already distributes both metallic and effect pigments for plastics and coatings, organic products are a new addition to the company’s sales portfolio. Image source: chones – Fotolia.com (symbol image).

The distribution agreement will initially cover organic colored pigments for the plastics, coatings and printing ink markets.

As one of the world’s leading manufacturers of colour and effect pigments, Sudarshan has more than 60 years of professional experience and currently sells its products in over 85 countries. "I am very pleased that in Nordmann we have found a partner who will support our company’s ambitious growth targets and who is already very well-positioned in the markets for inorganic pigments and additives,” explains Milan Krumbe, General Manager of Sudarshan Europe B.V. "Our colour pigments portfolio will provide an excellent complement to this business.”

Organic products are a new addition to the company’s sales portfolio

While Nordmann already distributes both metallic and effect pigments for plastics and coatings, organic products are a new addition to the company’s sales portfolio. "In Sudarshan we have gained a well-known partner whose products perfectly complement our activities in the Coatings and Plastics divisions,” says Heidi Hinrichs, Sales Director Coatings & Construction Germany at Nordmann. Its sales territory covers the DACH region, the Nordic countries and south-eastern Europe.

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