Perstorp extends coating resin sale agreement in Brazil

Perstorp extends coating resin sale agreement in Brazil

11:46 AM, 30th May 2012
Perstorp extends coating resin sale agreement in Brazil

PERSTORP, SWEDEN: Perstorp has signed extended distribution agreement with Oxiquim Quimica Ltda, following the overall review of the Group’s use of sales channels, as well as the Group’s greater focus on its South American activities. The collaboration with Oxiquim Quimica Ltda will complement Perstorp’s own sales force in serving small and mid-sized coating resin producers in Brazil. Oxiquim Quimica Ltda will be responsible for distributing the wider range of Perstorp’s products for the coating resins market.

“For South America and especially Brazil the supply of resin raw materials is very important for our Group. To be a dedicated player supporting Perstorp and offering our range of building blocks to customers across the regions, starting with Pentaerythritol, is key and we are very happy with this agreement,” said Claudio Gaino, Director for Latin America, Perstorp.

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