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Huntsman Distributor Partnership with Antala

02 July 2008

To support their material range in Spain and Portugal Huntsman Advanced Materials has now appointed Antala SL as a main distributor of Araldite 2000 PLUS adhesives in this region.

Antala SL has been established for over a decade and specialises in the automotive, transport, electrical and renewable energy markets.

Commenting on the partnership Gabriel De La Torriente, (Sales engineer for Spain & Portugal), said: “Antala SL has a long and successful track record in the distribution of specialty chemicals, including chemical products, engineering plastics and special tools and it was because of this expertise that Huntsman Advanced Materials has chosen to work with Antala SL.”

“We are able to provide technical support and excellent customer service, supplying key brands such as the Araldite 2000 PLUS range”, said Antonio Argudo, Managing Director, Antala SL. “Our strategy has always been very simple: we combine quality brands with a good technical team, ensure stock controls are maintained and provide excellent customer service. We are delighted to now be working in partnership with Huntsman and the Araldite range”.






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