Watson to Represent Sigma Coatings

Monday, April 23, 2001
Watson Coatings Inc. recently signed a distributor and representation agreement with Sigma Coatings of Louisiana. Watson Coatings now distributes Sigma coatings in Missouri and Southern Illinois, as well as provides representation to the Department of Transportation throughout the Midwest region. Sigma Coatings is part of the worldwide SigmaKalon Group, with sales exceeding $2 billion. Sigma offers many products, including solvent-free coatings, epoxies and urethanes with unlimited overcoat time, zinc primers, no-bake phenolics and high heat coatings, all meeting VOC regulations. Watson Coatings is now available to augment their line of calcium sulfonate bridge coatings with Sigma’s industrial coatings, as well as provide Sigma with product representation in the Midwest region of the U.S.

“This is a win-win agreement for both Sigma and Watson Coatings,” said Watson Coating President Gary Watson. “It gives Sigma representation in the Midwest and rounds out Watson’s offering of products.”

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