Nanocyl SA announces Safic Alcan SA as a new distributor in Europe

(Sambreville, BELGIUM) – October 17, 2014 – Nanocyl, announces a Non-Exclusive Distribution partnership with Safic-Alcan, a pan-European distributor of specialty chemicals serving the rubber and plastics industry. Under the agreement, Safic-Alcan will distribute Nanocyl product range, such as NC7000™ and Plasticyl™ to the European market.

This partnership reinforces Nanocyl strategy to further develop the carbon nanotube applications and markets in Europe. Europe remains a world of industrial opportunities and we are convinced that our common focus on the major European Chemical market will rapidly bear fruits. Technical Service support will be operated via close cooperation between the two companies.

Safic Alcan nationwide network covers France, Germany, UK, The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Poland, Portugal, Ireland, Luxemburg, The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, The Baltic Countries, Malta, Ukraine, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro.

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About Safic-Alcan SA

Safic-Alcan is a supplier of specialty chemicals and serves the European rubber and plastics industry. With over 85 years of experience, Safic Alcan provides specialty chemicals that allow customers to prepare innovative formulations for many sectors (Rubbers, Plastics, Adhesives & Sealants, Coatings, Polyurethane, Cosmetics, Nutrition supplements, Pharmaceuticals & Intermediates).

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About Nanocyl SA

Nanocyl S.A. is a medium-sized privately owned company, world leader in the commercialization and production of industrial multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) and CNT masterbatches.

Nanocyl industrial NC7000™ multiwall carbon nanotube (460 metric ton annually) provides solid benefits at very low loadings to the Electronic Packaging, Automotive, Energy and Industrial sectors. These are electro-static discharge (ESD), electrical conductivity, improved recyclability, thermal resistance and best cost in use. In addition, those performances generate higher retained mechanical properties of the base polymers.