AkzoNobel, Brenntag commercialize anti-caking agent

AkzoNobel, Brenntag to commercialize anti-caking agent

9:29 AM, 31st August 2012
AkzoNobel, Brenntag to commercialize anti-caking agent

AMERSFOORT, THE NETHERLANDS: AkzoNobel Industrial Chemicals and Brenntag have entered into a cooperation to commercialize AkzoNobel’s anti-caking agent EcoselmTA in the salt de-icing markets. The agreement includes the marketing, sales and delivery of EcoselmTA and its related services to customers in the de-icing segment in Europe, North-Africa and North-America. Brenntag will act as an agent.  

“Brenntag already manufactures the EcoselmTA anti-caking agent for AkzoNobel. This agreement is the next step in spreading our innovative and benign salt technologies in the de-icing markets. We like to share our latest technological developments with our markets and find in Brenntag the strategic partner to accelerate this ambition. Society at large will benefit from this innovation - in highway de-icing EcoselmTA is the biodegradable, cyanide-free alternative for existing anti-caking agents,” said Olivier Hayard, Global Director Marketing and Sales, Salt Business, AkzoNobel.

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