Sealed Air, SC Johnson end Brand License Agreement

Sealed Air, SC Johnson to terminate brand license agreement

9:30 AM, 18th October 2016
Sealed Air, SC Johnson  to end Brand License Agreement

CHARLOTTE, US: Sealed Air Corporation’s Diversey care division and SC Johnson & Son (SCJ), a producer of household cleaning products reached an agreement to terminate the current business connecting to Sealed Air’s distribution of SCJ branded products to the market under the present Brand License Agreement (BLA).

The BLA will expire on May 2, 2017, with the allowance of Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Chile, Czech Republic and Poland, where the BLA will expire on January 1, 2017.

They have also dedicated to maintaining a continuous supply of SCJ branded products to customers under the BLA.

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