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Azelis opens application center in Istanbul

October 21/2020

MOSCOW (MRC) -- Azelis, a leading distributor of specialty chemicals and food ingredients, is excited to announce it has opened a new application and training center in Istanbul, Turkey, said the company.

This center will service the Turkish food, personal care and pharma markets and will offer product advice, formulation development and technical research. Next to that, it will host customer meetings, interactive formulation workshops, supplier meetings and internal technical trainings.

The Azelis Turkey application and training center will be used for product advice, formulation development and technical research. It will also function as a knowledge center for workshops, meetings and internal trainings.

This new application and training center fits Azelis strategy to be an innovation service provider to the industry.
In December 2019 Azelis acquired Ekin Kimya, a leading supplier of high-quality chemicals to pharmaceutical, food, cosmetics, laboratory sectors in Turkey and surrounding countries. The combined team of experts will work together to create synergies across businesses, which sees the Azelis Turkey application and training center servicing no less than three Azelis market segments: Food & Health, Personal Care and Pharma.

As mRC informed earlier, Huntsmans Advanced Materials business is proud to announce the expansion of our Pan-American business relationship with our preferred distribution partner, Azelis Americas CASE, LLC in the US and Azelis Canada, Inc. in Canada.

We remind that Russia's output of chemical products rose in August 2020 by 5% year on year. At the same time, production of basic chemicals increased year on year by 5.3% in the first eight months of 2020, according to Rosstat's data. According to the Federal State Statistics Service of the Russian Federation, polymers in primary form accounted for the greatest increase in the January-July output. August production of benzene fell to 102,000 tonnes from 95,300 tonnes a month earlier due to scheduled shutdowns for maintenance at several producers. Overall output of this product reached 918,300 tonnes over the stated period, down by 0.9% year on year.

At the same time, August production of primary polymers rose to 888,000 tonnes against 838,000 tonnes in July due to increased capacity utilisation at ZapSibNeftekhim, Stavrolen and Gazprom neftekhim Salavat. Overall output of polymers in primary form totalled 6,630,000 tonnes over the stated period, up by 15.2%  year on year.


mrcplast.com
Author:Anna Larionova
Tags:petroleum products, crude oil, neftegaz, Azelis Coating.
Category:General News
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