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Sea-Land to Offer Arizona's Bio-refined Products for Various Applications

Published on 2011-11-14. Author : SpecialChem

JACKSONVILLE, FL -- Arizona Chemical, a world leader of bio-refined products, announced it has entered into an exclusive agreement with Sea-Land Chemical to expand its distribution of the company's chemical intermediate products in the Midwest U.S.

"We're excited about our expanded distribution arrangement with Sea-Land," said Rob Helwick, Commercial Director-Americas for Arizona Chemical. "Their technical expertise, product stewardship focus and strategic distribution operation will be a benefit to our customers across the U.S. Midwest."

Effective December 1, 2011, Sea-Land will offer Arizona Chemical's products that provide a broad range of functionality in a variety of applications, including SYLFAT™ tall oil fatty acid, SYLVATAL™ distilled tall oil, UNIDYME™ dimer acids, and CENTURY™ monomer acids stearic acids, and isostearic acids.

About Arizona Chemical

Arizona Chemical is a world leader of bio-refined products for the adhesives, inks and coatings, lubricants, fuel additives, mining and oleochemicals markets. With more than 1,000 employees and state-of-the-art refineries in six countries on both sides of the Atlantic, Arizona Chemical provides sustainable raw materials to hundreds of companies and, in-turn, to millions of consumers all around the world. The company has headquarters offices in the U.S. in Jacksonville, Fla., and in the EU in Almere, the Netherlands.

About Sea-Land Chemical

Founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1963, the Sea-Land Chemical Company is an employee-owned distributor of chemical specialties. Sea-Land Chemical provides a variety of products to the lubricants; household, industrial & institutional; coatings and adhesives; and rubber and plastics industries. The company's experienced team of industry professionals provides superior distribution and technical support for markets across the United States, Canada and Europe.

Source: Arizona

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