Brenntag distribute Ceca’s molecular sieves in oil gas sector
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Brenntag to distribute Ceca’s molecular sieves in oil and gas sector

7:04 AM, 13th July 2015
Brenntag to distribute Ceca’s molecular sieves in oil and gas sector

MULHEIM AN DER RUHR, GERMANY: Brenntag AG said it signed an exclusive agreement with Ceca SA for distribution of molecular sieves in oil and gas industry in Europe, effective 1 July. Ceca’s products are marketed with the trade name Siliporite, it said.

“We are currently implementing a global partnership with Brenntag for molecular sieves in the oil and gas industry in Europe, Latin America and Canada, as well as with Brenntag’s well-known subsidiary Coastal in the USA,” said Thierry Vassalo, general manager, Ceca’s molecular sieves.

“Brenntag’s oil & gas Europe team is excited about this new partnership with Ceca that will unveil synergies and create added value for our customers, arising from the alignment of the strengths of our companies. Ceca will profit from Brenntag’s outstanding market expertise and local representations,” said Pablo Pintor, European manager, oil & gas process chemistry & services, Brenntag oil & gas Europe.

“Ceca will bring to the table its wide range of specialty products and solutions for natural gas drying & sweetening, petrochemical and refining, along with technical advice and support offered to customers. We will take advantage of Brenntag’s local and international presence as well as its close customer relationship,” said Vassalo.

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