02 February 2016
02 February 2016
DSM Composite Resins changed its name to Aliancys in November 2015 and is now proud to show to the composites’ world its new corporate identity.
In the new year the market will learn much more about Aliancys’ focus on supplying Quality Resins, and its commitment for close collaboration with its customers.
Aliancys says, building on a 50 year track record of supplying composite resins, it provides customers with products of high quality consistency so it knows its parts perform in the right way. The new Aliancys web site provides easy access to information on the company’s key products for the majority of composites applications. On its new website it is also presenting its latest product innovations and the successes created together with customers.
“Aliancys is a name that expresses collaboration,” says Bert Bakker, CEO of Aliancys. “Working together with customers, with suppliers, and with colleagues is the basis for continued success of our company. Both the name Aliancys and the LET’S TALK/ brand promise stand for our commitment to work together with our customers. They can rely on us for their business today; at the same time together we create a successful business tomorrow.”
“Customers need a partner that has the right knowledge and track record with composites,” adds Fons Harbers, Sales & Marketing Director of Aliancys. “Aliancys has a strong drive to deliver composites solutions that work in new applications and to help our customers to increase their competitiveness.”
A full interview with Bert Bakker on the Aliancys strategic direction can be found on http://aliancys.com/en/blog/20151029-lets-talk-ambition/.
Visit Aliancys at JEC World 2016, Villepinte Exhibition Center, Paris, France (Hall 5A, booth M44).
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