Azelis opens new CASE headquarters in US

Azelis opens new CASE headquarters in US

7:49 AM, 21st December 2017
Azelis opens new CASE headquarters in US
Guests and dignitaries joined Azelis and GMZ executives and staff for a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony at the new headquarters.

CINCINNATI, US: Azelis has opened a new, state of the art, US CASE headquarters office in Cincinnati, Ohio.  The new 13,000 sqft office serves as both the CASE US headquarters and the GMZ, an Azelis Company, corporate office.

CASE covers coatings, adhesives, sealants, elastomers, inks, building and construction products. 

As the CASE market segment continues to grow for Azelis, this new office will house more than 40 Azelis/GMZ employees and was designed to accommodate continued growth plans.

The new facility is home to the Azelis CASE, US leadership team led by Dan Gruber, managing director, and the CASE supply chain team.

Guests and dignitaries joined Azelis and GMZ executives and staff for a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony at the new headquarters.

“The opening of our new US CASE Headquarters is an important milestone for us as we continue our evolution and maturation as the market-leading speciality chemical distributor.  This location, along with Ribelin’s corporate office in Garland, TX will service as Azelis CASE centres of excellence and are designed to encourage employee engagement, collaboration and productivity,” said Frank Bergonzi, Azelis CEO and president, Americas.

“Our overall commitment and growth in this sector warranted expanding resources. The new CASE headquarters will allow us to have a more centralized and efficient supplier experience,” added Dan Gruber.

“GMZ has been rapidly growing as a result of collaborating with our Principals to provide the leading portfolio of products, as well as executing on our corporate strategy of providing unparalleled customer and technical support to our more than 2000 customers to help them win and grow in their markets. This new facility affords us the ability to continue to expand and will enhance our ability to attract top-notch talent, ultimately for the benefit of our customers and principals,” said Tom Wells, general manager, GMZ.

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