IMCD, Dow expand plastic additives distribution partnership in Europe

IMCD, Dow to expand plastic additives distribution partnership in Europe

11:37 AM, 9th February 2015
IMCD, Dow to expand plastic additives distribution partnership in Europe

ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS: IMCD NV announced that it is expanding its partnership with Dow Europe GmbH for PARALOID impact modifiers and SURECEL processing aids into the DACH region and the UK. This extension takes effect from the 1 March 2015 in Germany, Switzerland and Austria and from the 1st June 2015 in the UK. This is an extension of a long existing partnership in a number of other European territories and complements the recent appointment of IMCD by Dow on a Pan-European basis for the TYRIN chlorinated polyethylene range.

“We are delighted to further expand our successful Plastic Additives partnership with Dow into a number of additional countries. As a global supplier of plastic additives offering industry leading products and innovative solutions to customers, the Dow range is an exciting addition to our current portfolio and will enable us to further penetrate this important market segment,” said Marcus Jordan, Director Group Development, IMCD.


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