Cytec, Argosy International have extended existing distribution agreement

Cytec, Argosy extend distribution agreement

12:03 PM, 26th February 2014
Cytec, Argosy International have extended existing distribution agreement

WOODLAND PARK, US: Cytec Process Materials and Argosy International have extended the existing distribution agreement. The agreement which included the territories of China, Taiwan and India now also includes the Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines and Indonesia.

Cytec Aerospace Materials and Argosy have a long established relationship and have worked jointly to develop the Advanced Composites market in the Asia Pacific region. In 2012, following the acquisition of Umeco, Cytec Process Materials started working with Argosy and our customers are already seeing the benefits of dealing with Argosy as they are able to offer comprehensive expertise related to both product groups. This has provided Cytec Process Materials with major business wins in China and Korea.

This agreement with Argosy will ensure that Cytec Process Materials continues to develop their business in the Asia Pacific region, working with locally based global players of the composites industry, while offering them the consistent high levels of customer service that they associate with Cytec Process Materials, worldwide.

 

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