Industry News

Perstorp & Kemi-Intressen AB Collaborate to Expand Perstorp's Sales in the Nordic Region

Published on 2012-05-28. Author : SpecialChem

Following the overall review of the Group's use of sales channels specialty chemicals company Perstorp announced that during the 2nd quarter of 2012 a new collaboration has been agreed upon between Perstorp and Kemi-Intressen AB.

As of April 2012 Kemi-Intressen AB (a company within the Nordmann Rassmann Group) is responsible for the distribution of a wider range of Perstorp products including e.g. polyalcohols, caprolactones and specialty polymers. These products are mainly addressing the customers in a number of key segments such as adhesives, TPUs, plastics as well as resins and coatings.

The collaboration with Kemi-Intressen AB is an extension to the agreement Perstorp already has with the Nordmann Rassmann Group for the DACH region.

"We see a natural fit between Perstorp and Kemi-Intressen for the distribution of specialty chemicals in the Nordic market. Our recent review of the use of sales channels has together with our historic relationship with the NRC Group supported the decision to expand the use of a distinct distributor also in this home market of ours," says Jeanette Johansson, Regional Sales Manager - Nordic.

About Perstorp

The Perstorp Group is one of the world leaders in several sectors of the specialty chemicals market for a wide variety of industries and applications. Their products are used in the aerospace, marine, coatings, chemicals, plastics, engineering and construction industries. They can also be found in automotive, agricultural feed, food, packaging, textile, paper and electronics applications. Perstorp has approximately 2,200 employees and manufacturing units in eleven countries in Asia, Europe and North America. Sales amounts to SEK 14 billion (1.45 €billion). By the end of 2005 the Perstorp Group was acquired by Perstorp Holding AB, controlled by the French private equity company PAI partners.

Source: Perstorp

The Chemicals Sales & Marketing Toolbox
Back to Top