21 June 2016
21 June 2016
Aliancys has signed two new distribution agreements, respectively with Suka Chemicals in Malaysia and with Yokohama Chemicals Corporation (Yokohama Kasei) in Japan.
Both companies are well established players in their local markets and will be distributing the full Aliancys product portfolio.
Aliancys explains that at two official signing ceremonies at its Regional Headquarters in Nanjing, China, Bert Bakker, CEO of Aliancys, Fons Harbers, Marketing & Sales Director of Aliancys, H. A. Khoo, Managing Director of Suka Chemicals, and Kita Hidemi, Assistant Manager of Yokohama Chemicals Corporation, put their signatures under the Distribution Agreement. Both companies will be distributing the full resins portfolio, as well as the gelcoats and bonding pastes manufactured in China.
“Aliancys is a highly respected company that is known for its supply of Quality Resins around the world,” explains Yoichi Ozawa, President of Yokohama Chemicals Corporation. “We are delighted to add the products from Aliancys to our portfolio and create exciting new business opportunities in Japan, where customers highly value both quality products and true innovation. The market approach taken by Aliancys to have strong relationships with its customers is very much in line with the way we work with our customers.”
“In view of the fast growth that we have been experiencing in Southeast Asia and Japan, we are delighted to have found two new partners that can support to further develop our business,” explains Bert Bakker, CEO of Aliancys. “We are fully confident that Suka Chemicals and Yokohama Chemicals Corporation will bring the right level of service and hands-on support to many new customers.”
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