Expanded Collaboration

Bodo M??ller Chemie expanded its business relationship with Afcona Additives, which has existed since 2017. The current successful cooperation in Poland and North Africa will now be expanded to the Nordics Region adding the countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland. With the Afcona Additives, Bodo M??ller Chemie now has a complete product portfolio for Coatings, Construction and Composites in these markets.

???Afcona Additives is one of our reliable partners with excellent products in the additive area. For this reason, we look forward to deepening this cooperation in the Nordics markets,??? says J??rgen Rietschle, Managing Director of the Bodo M??ller Chemie Group. The Afcona product range encompasses defoamers, lubricants and leveling agents, high molecular weight dispersants, conventional wetting and dispersing agents, fatty acid modified emulsifiers as well as synergistic agents.

Win-Win for Both Partners

For Afcona Additives, the market position of Bodo M??ller Chemie is ideal to gain access to companies. ???Afcona and Bodo M??ller Chemie have successfully worked together in the Polish market since 2013. We are now expanding our cooperation to the Nordic countries. We feel confident that we will strengthen our good collaboration while expanding our Nordic position,??? explains Torsten Hammes, Sales Director Europe of Afcona Additives.

The single-source advice and delivery makes product selection easier for customers from numerous industrial fields. With its own laboratories for customer-specific formulations and application tests, the Offenbach-based specialty chemicals company offers the world???s most suitable product solutions for the individual requirements of customers from various industries, such as the automobile, railroad and aviation industry, the electric and electronic industry as well as the coating and paint industry or the textile industry.

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This project has received funding from the Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement Nº 745828