Unitor Chemicals Now Wilhelmsen Chemicals

Monday, April 04, 2011

Unitor Chemicals AS, part of Wilhelmsen Ships Service, is changing its name to Wilhelmsen Chemicals AS.

Wilhelmsen Ships Service acquired Nalfleet earlier this year. In future, Wilhelmsen Chemicals AS will supply both the Unitor range of chemicals, as well as the new Nalfleet marine chemicals portfolio.

Existing company agreements will not be affected by the name change which took place on 1 April, and the company will continue to operate from its Norwegian office in Kjøpmannskjær.

Wilhelmsen Chemicals AS is certificated according to ISO 9001 and 14001, and will continue to focus on a premium customer service, and ongoing development of environmentally safe quality products for the shipping market.

In addition to Unitor and Nalfleet marine products, Wilhelmsen Ships Service supplies technical services, ships agency services and maritime logistics.

 

Source: Wilhelmsen Ships Service

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