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Patcham at Asia Pacific Coating Show 2013: to Showcase Pat-Add Specialty Additives for Coatings

Published on 2013-09-06. Author : SpecialChem

Patcham, a global supplier of wide range of coatings additives and paint driers, will showcase its Pat-Add portfolio at the Asia Pacific Coating Show (September 12-13 2013 - booth C-01) in cooperation with the local distributor for Thailand, Alphani.

Patcham will promote its sustainable, environmental compliant and multi-functional additives for coatings. Part of this is the newest developments on High Molar Volume dispersing agents as well as new leveling agents for EP, PUR floorings and protective coatings. Patcham will also be featuring a unique range of additives to produce universal colorants.

The staff of Patcham specialists as being available for detailed discussions includes Mr. Nishith Patel (CEO), Mr. Kaviesh Kripalani, Mr. Mahamedi Jadliwala, Mr. Rosaldo de Castro and Mr. Johan Bieleman. Local representatives of main distributors in Latin America will be present as well.

Please visit Patcham's storefront for detailed information and guidelines for problem solving issues.

About Patcham

Patcham (FZC) based in UAE is a global supplier of a wide range of coating additives and paint driers. Patcham's products are APEO free, low or no VOC and many are based on green chemistry. The company's Pat-Add range of coating additives includes wetting & dispersing agents, defoamers and slip & leveling agents. The company also has a unique range of additives for the manufacture of universal colorants and significant expertise in formulation of colorants and in plant tinters. Patcham has Technical Service Centers in the UAE, India, USA and Europe. Further centers are planned in the near future for the Thailand/ South-East Asia, Far East and Africa. Patcham is globally established with offices and representatives in over 50 countries.

Source: Patcham


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