PARIS, Nov. 16, 2020 (Press Release) -Safic-Alcan announces new distribution partnerships with Evonik in the Benelux and the Nordic Region.
Safic-Alcan is pleased to announce that as of 1 st January 2021, it will become Evonik’s distribution partner in the BeNeLux and the Nordic Region for the following brands and industries:
- DYNASYLAN for all industries
- PROTECTOSIL for the construction industry
“Extending our already successful cooperation with Evonik in the BeNeLux brings a strong portfolio with wide application fields and brings again innovative solutions to our customers,” commented Jos Van Buul, Managing Director Safic-Alcan Necarbo BV.
“We see Evonik Functional Silanes as a perfect match to continuously grow our value offering by technical solutions/functions to the Nordic market into our core business segments. We are thrilled to get started and take these products to our customers,” added Andreas Frisen, Managing Director Safic-Alcan Nordic AB.
“We are delighted to extend our cooperation with Evonik. This reinforces our ambition to become a leading Specialty Chemicals distributor in the European CASE market,” stated Yann Lissillour, Managing Director CASE & Industrial Specialties for Safic-Alcan Group.
Safic-Alcan is a French independent distributor of specialty chemicals headquartered in Paris La Défense (France). The Company develops and provides wide ranges of polymers, materials and additives for the rubber, coatings, adhesives, thermoplastics, polyurethane, lubricants, detergency, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals industries. With a network of 25 offices strategically located in Europe, Turkey, Middle East, North America, Mexico China and South Africa, the company represents state-of-the art manufacturers around the world. Its highly specialized sales engineers allow Safic-Alcan to provide dedicated technical expertise and high performance solutions thus creating long term partnership with most of its principals and customers. Safic-Alcan employs 630 people worldwide and generated a turnover of 648 M€ in 2019.