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Evonik Signs Agreement to Expand Distribution of its Silica Products in U.S.

Published on 2014-11-17. Author :

PARSIPPANY, N.J. -- Evonik Corporation’s Inorganic Materials Business Unit has announced new agreements with The Cary Company and Dorsett & Jackson, Inc., to broaden distribution of its silica products in the U.S. Midwest and Western regions, respectively.

Previously representing Evonik’s silica product lines in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Northern Indiana, and portions of Iowa and Illinois, The Cary Company External link will now also cover all of Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska.

In addition to the territories of California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Arizona, Dorsett & Jackson, Inc.External link, will represent Evonik’s silica product lines in Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho.

The agreement includes ACEMATTExternal link® Matting Agents, SIPERNATExternal link® and SIDENT® Precipitated Silica, AEROSILExternal link® Fumed Silica, AEROXIDE® Mixed Metal Oxides, and AERODISP® Dispersions.

Walsh & Associates, Inc. had previously supported Evonik’s distribution of silica in these areas.

Evonik’s silica products are used in diverse applications including paints & coatings, adhesives & sealants, plastics, inks, silicone and life sciences.

About Evonik

Evonik, the creative industrial group from Germany, is one of the world leaders in specialty chemicals. Profitable growth and a sustained increase in the value of the company form the heart of Evonik’s corporate strategy. Its activities focus on the key megatrends health, nutrition, resource efficiency and globalization. Evonik benefits specifically from its innovative prowess and integrated technology platforms. Evonik is active in over 100 countries around the world. In fiscal 2013 more than 33,500 employees generated sales of around €12.7 billion and an operating profit (adjusted EBITDA) of about €2.0 billion.

Source: Evonik

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