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Reichhold Appoints Azelis Company as UK Distribution Partner

25 July 2008

Reichhold has appointed an Azelis company, Brøste UK, as its distribution partner to serve the UK market (with the exception of sales in Northern Ireland).

Reichhold customers for polyester, vinyl ester, gel coat and bonding paste products come from a number of market sectors including wind energy, building and construction, marine, transportation and kitchen and bath manufacturing.

Regional Sales Manager Maarten van den Ouden said, “We maintain that our quality brands should be supported by quality service. Through this new partnership our customers will gain the benefit of a dedicated and technically experienced team from the Azelis Composites International Business with many years of application experience in this highly specialised area.

We expect to continue to meet our customers´ needs and exceed their expectations.” Gianni Ostelli, Azelis Composites International Business Director, added, “It reaffirms for Azelis the value of having a specialist focus in this highly technical application area. We look forward to providing excellent customer service and to growing the business for Reichhold.”





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