16 October 2012
16 October 2012
Teknor Apex has appointed Prochem to distribute its engineering thermoplastic (ETP) compounds in Switzerland.
The compounds to be available through Prochem include Beetle polyamide, PBT, and PET products and automotive polyamide compounds under the Chemlon brand. “Prochem has 50 years of experience as a representative of major international producers of plastics and chemicals,” said Neil Croucher, ETP Sales Director for Teknor Apex. “Their focus on and dedication to the Swiss market will ensure our customers of expert and responsive service.”
Teknor Apex will be making a formal announcement at Fakuma 2012, 16 – 20 October, Friedrichshafen, Germany, from their stand B4-4107.
In further news, Teknor Apex has named Nordmann, Rassmann as its distributor for engineering thermoplastic (ETP) compounds in Germany, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia.
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