Brenntag distribute Kaneka Surfactin line in US

Brenntag to distribute Kaneka Surfactin line in US

7:00 AM, 23rd October 2018
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ESSEN, GERMANY: Brenntag Specialties Inc, part of Brenntag Group has collaborated with Kaneka Corporation for the distribution of the Kaneka Surfactin line in US.

The Kaneka Surfactin line reduces the use of other surfactants and acts as an inhibitor for acne bacterial growth. In addition, this line is suitable for sensitive skin and is compatible with various alcohols and cationic ingredients.

The line includes:

Kaneka Surfactin - 100 percent natural, easily biodegradable, and highly sustainable product

Kaneka Premixed SQ401 - a pre-blend gel used for gelling oil and emulsification

Kaneka Premixed TC301 - a pre-blend gel used for gelling oil and emulsification

“The Kaneka Surfactin line is an exciting addition to our personal care portfolio. Our chemists have developed an innovative prototype highlighting Kaneka’s newest technology. From our lab to our sales team, to our customer base, Brenntag continues to provide technical support, innovative product development, and starting point formulations with our full-line of personal care ingredients,” said Kim DelSordo, president of Brenntag Specialties, Inc.

"Our company focuses on technology and innovation. We seek the same from partners, such as Brenntag Specialties, where we create new business to satisfy current market needs and anticipate future requirements. We are devoted to improving the quality of life by developing more sustainable and environmentally conscious products,” added Yoshifumi Okamoto, senior manager, in the new business development department of Kaneka.

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