Wacker chemical group, Gomline Cobranding Joint venture silicone-rubber compounds

Wacker, Gomline JV for silicone-rubber compounds

7:53 AM, 11th January 2014
Wacker chemical group, Gomline joint venture business

MUNICH, GERMANY: Wacker, the Munich-based chemical group, and Slovenia-based silicone compounder Gomline d.o.o. have agreed on co-branding of ready-to-use silicone-rubber compounds. The Ljubljana-based distribution partner can now use the “Based on ELASTOSIL” quality label for its own silicone compounds made of Wacker raw materials. The ELASTOSIL trademark was introduced nearly 60 years ago and characterizes high-quality silicone-rubber products.

“The fact that we can use the ELASTOSIL brand significantly enhances the image of our compounds and opens up entirely new sales markets. All products featuring the “Based on ELASTOSIL” label are formulated with silicones from Wacker. The ELASTOSIL brand is a global quality label for silicones. This fosters trust and makes it easier for us to convince customers of the quality of our silicone compounds,” said Rado Mandic, Managing Director, Gomline.

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