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Bodo Möller to Distribute Huntsman Range of Products in Hungary

Published on 2017-08-15. Author : SpecialChem

Bodo Moller to Distribute Huntsman Range of Products in Hungary

Bodo Möller has already been one of Huntsman Advanced Materials' most important partners for several years. As from July 2017, Bodo Möller Chemie is now as well distributing adhesives, composites and electro casting resins in Hungary, where it has its own subsidiary.

Collaboration between Bodo Möller Chemie and Huntsman

The branch of the specialty chemicals company has been active within the Hungarian market since 2015 and the latest extension of the product portfolio supplements its existing Eastern Europe business.

Frank Haug, CEO of Bodo Möller Chemie Group, says:

"The markets we serve with our own branches in the Czech Republic, Croatia, Russia and Hungary are going through a period of rapid growth. There is huge demand for top-quality expertise to provide extensive, budget-conscious solutions. Our business model is not only based on distribution but, above all, focuses on providing comprehensive consultancy services."

Physical Proximity is Important

For Bodo Möller Chemie experts, distribution is much more than just a supplier contract. In addition to having its own production plant, the highly specialized company also performs laboratory tests to test new standards and material combinations.

By means of constant extension and expansion, Bodo Möller Chemie ensures that customers receive prompt and competent service – and in the own language. The products from Huntsman's Advanced Materials Division predominantly include epoxy resins, polyacrylates and polyurethanes for various bonding and sealing applications.

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Source: Bodo Möller
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