Megachem be exclusive distributor Songwon antioxidants in ASEAN

Megachem to be exclusive distributor for Songwon antioxidants in ASEAN

6:20 AM, 17th September 2019
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ULSAN, SOUTH KOREA: Songwon Industrial Group has signed exclusive distribution agreement with Megachem, a leading worldwide distributor.

Megachem will be responsible for supplying Songwon antioxidants for fuels and lubricants in countries belonging to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

Megachem will supply SONGNOX L101, L107, L115 and L135 phenolic antioxidants, SONGNOX L670 & L570 aminic antioxidants, SONGNOX L416 phosphite antioxidant, and SONGNOX L224 and L226 thioester antioxidants to Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

“As our global reach expands and our business in the Asia region increases, we want to ensure that our customers continue to benefit from reliable supply and local support. We have therefore appointed Megachem as our distribution partner in the ASEAN region,” explained Gerard Mulqueen, Business Unit Leader Fuel and Lube Additives at Songwon.

“With headquarters in Singapore, and offices in the ASEAN region, our extensive global network and specialized knowledge of lubricant additives, Megachem is well placed to represent Songwon in the ASEAN market. We look forward to providing Songwon’s customers with innovative, value-adding products and fully integrated services,” added Sidney Chew, Chairman of Megachem.

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