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UBE Selects SpecialChem's Commercial Acceleration Program to Support Growth of Eternacoll® Polycarbonate Polyols

Published on 2013-11-18. Author : SpecialChem

Castellón de la Plana (Spain) -- UBE has recently announced a Commercial Acceleration program with SpecialChem to support the growth of its polycarbonate polyol range in Coatings, Adhesives, Plastic, Foams and Elastomer markets.

UBE has developed Eternacoll® Polycarbonate polyols, a large platform of solutions offering customizable possibilities in terms of reactivity, flexibility and physical form (liquid / solid). Compared to standard polyols, these solutions demonstrate superior and long-term retention of performance such as oil resistance, hydrolytic stability, heat ageing (thermal stability), weatherability and chemical resistance.

SpecialChem will support UBE in the business development strategy of its polycarbonate diol. The custom Commercial Acceleration Solutions have been designed to bring speed and market reach as well as act as an extended arm of UBE business development activity. Beyond educate their respective markets about the technical benefits, the purpose of the collaboration is to generate new active projects.

UBE have just started the cooperation with SpecialChem for business acceleration and development, which supports for finding new partners, identifying new applications and developing UBE marketing activity, being a powerful tool for reaching a community with more than 3 millions of users. Then, all UBE fruitful technical activity can be spread there, and this program turns into an effective commercial window.

"Using SpecialChem accelerator will help us to have a better coverage of the market. Our polyols bring unique properties to the polyurethanes; to make them known to our potential customers, SpecialChem is a unique tool" said Dr. Manuel Colera, Business Development Manager of UBE Chemical Europe, S.A.

About UBE Chemical Europe, S.A.

UBE Corporation Europe S.A. (www.ube.es) is the wholly owned subsidiary of UBE Industries, Ltd. for Europe and Latin America. Headquartered in Castellon (Spain) and with offices in Madrid, Düsseldorf and Sao Paulo, it manufactures and distributes caprolactam, polyamides, fertilizers and fine chemical products. The drive for product and manufacturing technology innovation and a commitment to sustainability and corporate responsibility are key management principles of the company.

UBE Industries, Ltd., founded in 1897, is a chemical company based in Ube, Japan and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. (4208:TYO) (www.ube-ind.co.jp).

About SpecialChem

SpecialChem accelerates Technology and Business Development in Chemicals and Materials. Since the year 2000, our teams of industry experts have created the world's largest online professional network dedicated to chemicals and materials. This network includes more than 500,000 engineers, formulators, product developers, marketers, applicators and brand owners across the globe. Through our vertical industry websites, these professionals have unlimited access to content and services dedicated to Product Selection, Innovation Watch, On-line Trainings and Open Innovation.

Our network of profiled members plus the visits of more than 3.2 million professionals per year to our websites are unique assets for chemicals and materials suppliers in search of Commercial Acceleration (launching new technologies / new products, penetrating new applications / new geographies or extending their market reach) and for professionals in Open Innovation scouting new technologies or looking for out-licensing opportunities that are related to chemicals and materials.

Contacts:
Dr. Manuel Colera
Business Development Manager, UBE Chemical Europe S.A.
Email: m.colera@ube.es
Tel: +34 964738189

Alison Warner
Marketing Director, SpecialChem
Email: Alison.Warner@specialchem.com
Tel: +19083195272

Source: SpecialChem


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