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November 3, 2006

Chemcentral Australia Pty., Ltd. is now representing the C.P. Hall Company, specifically its Paraplex, Plasthall, Tegmer, Maglite, Hallbond and Hallgreen brands, in Australia and New Zealand. C.P. Hall’s products are used extensively in rubber, plastics, adhesives and coatings, selected personal care and specialized industrial applications.
Chemcentral will also represent Rohm and Haas in the U.S., effective Jan. 1 2007, for the distribution of emulsion products while continuing to be the U.S. representative for Rohm and Haas’s Paraloid product line. This move represents a renewed strategy for long-term growth in the distribution channel, according to Rohm and Haas. More info: www.chemcentral.com.
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