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New cooperation with Brenntag GmbH and Colonial Chemical, Inc.


Brenntag GmbH is pleased to announce that it will include the product range of Colonial Chemical, Inc. into its cosmetic portfolio. This cooperation has already been agreed with the Benelux countries as well as UK & Ireland in 2011. Colonial Chemical, Inc. is focused on the development and ...


Brenntag UK & Ireland announces new distribution agreement with Colonial Chemical, Inc.


Brenntag UK & Ireland is pleased to announce that from 1st June 2011, it will be distributing the complete range of products from Colonial Chemical, Inc. This agreement expands Brenntag’s representation with Colonial Chemical, which presently includes Belgium, the Netherlands, and ...


Colonial Chemical Announces Expansion of Territories with Brenntag UK & Ireland


Colonial Chemical, Inc. announced that Brenntag N.V. is now their sole distributor for chemical products in U.K. and Ireland. This agreement expands their representation with Colonial Chemical, which presently includes Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.“We value the profitable association ...


Lehmann & Voss & Co. Is New Distributor For Colonial Chemical


Colonial Chemical, Inc. announced that Lehmann & Voss & Co. will now supply its products in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Lehmann & Voss & Co. will stock Colonial’s complete line of surfactants for the personal care market for easy access by customers in the region.


Colonial Chemical teams with Pride Solvents and Chemical


Colonial Chemical, Inc. announced a new distribution partnership with Pride Solvents and Chemical Co. to supply Colonial’s products in the Northeast United States. Pride will be handling Colonial’s complete line of surfactant products for the personal care, lubricant and HI & I markets. Working ...


Tempo announced as new Canadian distributor for Colonial


Colonial Chemical, Inc. announced that they will be teaming up with Tempo Canada Inc. to supply quality products in the Canadian market. According to the company, Tempo Canada Inc. is a well established distributor of specialty and commodity chemicals, ingredients and nutraceuticals supporting ...


K.G. International annouced as new distributor for colonial


Colonial Chemical, Inc. has selected K.G. International (KGI) to serve as its exclusive distributor for the state of Florida, the Caribbean (including Puerto Rico) and Central America (excluding Mexico). According to the company, Colonial’s line of naturally derived surfactants and specialties ...


S. Goldmann announced as new German distributor for Colonial


Colonial Chemical, Inc. and S. Goldmann GmbH & Co. KG have joined forces to bring quality chemicals to Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Being a vital link between customers and international suppliers, S. Goldmann is instrumental in both solving customer-specific problems and meeting the ...


Colonial Chemical launches new website for connecting with customers


Colonial Chemical has recently launched a newly designed website that offers many new functions and benefits, according to the company. Dropdown menus and clear product categories have improved the site’s navigation, while giving customers and information-seekers the ability to find a specific ...


Colonial Chemical welcomes new Manufacturing Manager


Doug Wynn will be joining the team at Colonial Chemical as the new Manufacturing Manager. Beginning on Feb. 2, 2009, Doug will be responsible for the manufacturing of Colonial’s products and those areas associated with manufacturing operations. Doug has previously worked at Mead Paper, now ...


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