Arkema, Omya sign pan European distribution agreement

Arkema, Omya sign distribution agreement in Europe

7:45 AM, 5th July 2014
Arkema, Omya sign distribution agreement in Europe

COLOMBES, FRANCE/OFTRINGEN, SWITZERLAND: Omya, a leading global provider and distributor of specialty chemicals, and Arkema, a leading global chemical company, have entered into an exclusive pan-European distribution agreement. Under this distribution agreement, Omya will market Arkema’s Plastic Additives range for various polymer markets (impact modifier and processing aid solutions): Plastistrength, Durastrength, Clearstrength and Biostrength across Europe, except Spain and Portugal. This agreement is based on genuine synergy between the two companies: by leveraging its distribution network in Europe, Omya will bring extensive business opportunities for Arkema and provide a complete plastic additives range as well as tailor-made services to its clients.

“We are pleased that Arkema has chosen Omya as its exclusive distributor in most of Europe to trade its Plastic Additives. We have a strong customer base established over the past 130 years. We are confident that our customers will appreciate this opportunity to have access to Arkema’s Plastic Additives,” said Bill Cardew, Vice President, Sales, Europe, Omya.

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