Brenntag, Dow Microbial Control expand distribution agreement cosmetics business

Brenntag, Dow Microbial Control expand distribution agreement for cosmetics business

11:49 AM, 24th February 2015
Brenntag, Dow Microbial Control expand distribution agreement for cosmetics business

MULHEIM AN DER RUHR, GERMANY: Brenntag, the global market leader in chemical distribution, announced the expansion of its distribution agreement with Dow Microbial Control focused on its Cosmetics business in Europe. New regions now being covered with immediate effect are Iberia, Italy, UK and the Nordic region. Brenntag already has a successful distribution relationship with Dow Microbial Control Cosmetics preservatives in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Benelux and France.

“With this step we expand our excellent business relationship with Dow Microbial Control to the whole of Western Europe which will open up even more opportunities in the Cosmetics market. Dow Microbial Control’s portfolio of high-quality, high-performance and globally approved preservatives for ‘rinse off’ and ‘leave on’ applications fits perfectly into our strategy and portfolio offering our customers excellent solutions and value added services,” said Uwe Schultke, Chief Operating Officer, Brenntag Europe, Middle East and Africa.


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