Brenntag and Genencor Sign Distribution Agreement

Tuesday, January 22, 2002
Brenntag announces the signing of a Pan-European distribution agreement with Genencor International, Palo Alto, Calif. Brenntag is established as distributor in most European countries for a variety of Genencor enzyme products. The contract is scheduled at least for 5 years.

Genencor’s products are an extension of Brenntag’s product range and will strengthen the company’s position in various market sectors, such as water treatment, food, alcoholic beverages, leather and paper industries. Brenntag’s extensive range of quality products, combined with technology and market expertise, makes the company a unique partner in product development and process improvement. "Multinational customers like Genencor are increasingly concentrating their global purchasing and distribution operations in the hands of a single logistics service provider and our Chemicals Division is perfectly designed to meet their requirements“, says Dr. Wulf H. Bernotat, Chairman of the Board of Stinnes AG. “The agreement with Genencor will strengthen our position in the specialty distribution market."

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