Covestro extends distribution partnership with Mito Polimeri, Plastotecnica

Covestro extends distribution partnership with Mito Polimeri, Plastotecnica

10:27 AM, 21st July 2017
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LEVERKUSEN, GERMANY: Covestro AG has renewed the long-standing contracts with its partners Mito Polimeri and Plastotecnica for the distribution of high-performance plastics in Italy. 

Covestro has been working with both partners for over 40 years. The distribution partnership covers the products Makrolon (PC), Apec (PC-HT), Bayblend (PC/ABS), Makroblend (PC/PBT), Desmopan (TPU) and Texin (TPU). 

Covestro considers the collaboration with both partners to be an important factor for its long-term success in these markets.

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