Songwon expand phenolic antioxidants capacity

Songwon to expand phenolic antioxidants capacity

11:47 AM, 4th May 2016
Songwon to expand phenolic antioxidants capacity

ULSAN, KOREA: Songwon Industrial Co Ltd said that it is extending its phenolic product offering to meet the growing needs of the industrial lubricants market.

For the past few years, Songwon has been successfully selling high-performance phenolic antioxidants to the fuel and lube additives industry. Due to the success, the organization has now decided to place more emphasis on this market and concentrate on expanding its range of antioxidant solutions.

The products will be sold under Songwon’s well-known brand name, Songnox and the company says that it will offer the range globally via a dedicated channel-to-market sales team.

Songwon will offer standard phenolic liquid products such as Songnox L135, as well as niche phenolic products, for example: Songnox L101, Songnox L107, Songnox L109 and Songnox L115.

“Lubricant customers will benefit from our broad range of phenolic antioxidants back integration into key intermediates combined with world-scale production capability and Songwon’s best-in-class customer service. We also have a strong geographical presence in Asia, one of the fastest growing markets for fuel and lube additives,” said Olivier Keiser, leader lube additives, Songwon.

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