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IMCD opens office in Vietnam

11:40 AM, 9th September 2015

ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS: IMCD NV said it has opened an office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, joining IMCD’s  expanding network of active countries within the Asia-Pacific region.

The office in Ho Chi Minh City will predominantly focus on the food & nutrition, personal care and plastics market sectors. This opening marks the latest of a succession of steps that IMCD has taken to build a stronghold in Asia-Pacific.

“With an aim to apply its successful European business model to Asia-Pacific, IMCD has significantly strengthened its presence in the region over recent years. Now offering local presence through its office in Ho Chi Minh City, IMCD looks forward to developing the business in Vietnam for the future,” said Albert Stevens, vice president, IMCD Asia.

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