24 January 2017
24 January 2017
BYK has celebrated the opening of an ultra-modern laboratory for its application technology in Shchyolkovo, Russia, and was joined by HOMA, a manufacturer of dispersions and emulsions based in Dzerzhinsk, Russia.
According to BYK, it has provided all the necessary conditions for providing rapid, professional support and innovative additive solutions to its customers in the Russian-speaking territories.
“For quite some time now, we have been on the lookout for a business partner and an optimum site concept for a Russian lab. An important aspect of this process for us was to take on board a reliable local partner, thus enabling us to make ideal solutions competence available for the Russian market. We are delighted that we will now be able to engage in even closer and more goal-oriented work with the Russian manufacturers of paints and plastics,” commented Dr. Stefan Mössmer, Head of Paint Additives at BYK.
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