Hawkins, BASF sign water solutions distribution agreement
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Hawkins, BASF sign water solutions distribution agreement

3:21 PM, 25th August 2015
Hawkins, BASF sign water solutions distribution agreement

MINNEAPOLIS, US: Hawkins Inc and BASF said they signed an exclusive distribution agreement for the distribution of BASF’s Water Solutions portfolio throughout the Midwestern US. Product lines included in the agreement are BASF’s Zetag, Magnafloc LT, Burst, Magnasol and Antiprex brands. These solutions address the needs of the water treatment industry in a variety of applications such as drinking and waste water treatment, industrial process water treatment and environmental remediation.

“Hawkins offers BASF Water Solutions customers a high level of service by deploying over 150 technical sales professionals across the Central United States,” said Linda Muroski, head of BASF’s Water Solutions business in North America. “Through our agreement with Hawkins, our customers in the Midwest will be able to focus on solutions to their ever changing water challenges by leveraging BASF’s high-performing quality products.”

“We are excited to be partnering with BASF Water Solutions, with its tremendous product line and deep expertise in water treatment chemistry,” said Patrick Hawkins, chief executive officer and president of Hawkins. “We believe that BASF’s product offerings will allow us to even better serve our customers’ needs into the future.”

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