Univar has announced its entry into a new distribution agreement with Angus Chemical Company to include the paint and coatings and industrial markets in Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, with availability in Finland and the Baltics planned for April.
This agreement expands on the two companies existing relationship in Italy and is effective January 1, 2017.
Focus in coatings and industrial segments
“We are delighted to expand our existing business in new countries with Angus,” said Nilay Midilli, Industry Director, CASE, Univar EMEA. “The product range complements our specialty product portfolio. Together we will be growing through new markets and opportunities. The addition of such high-valued specialty products is in line with our growth strategies and our specialty focus in the coatings and industrial segments. We look forward to offering our customers new opportunities and supporting business development with our highly dedicated technical sales team and commercial capabilities.”
Important and valued partner
“Univar has been an important and valued partner of Angus for many years in the region,” said Liam Doherty, Business Vice President, EMEA and India, Angus Chemical Company. “We look forward to expanding on this relationship to further enhance our ability to deliver the highest levels of supply reliability to customers, supported by our one-stop access to deep technical expertise in paint and coatings, and other industrial markets.”
Multifunctional neutralisers and specialty additives
This new agreement further enriches Univar’s speciality portfolio with Angus’ multifunctional neutralisers and specialty additives for architectural and industrial coatings, building materials, printing inks and pigments.
Source: European Coatings
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