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Naturex Adds Three US Offices

December 13, 2013

Chicago, Atlanta and Dallas to service US customer base.

Naturex is opening additional US sales offices in offices in Dallas, Atlanta and Chicago. The three new locations will reinforce Naturex’s local position in the US and offer strategic hubs to meet customer demands.

In North America, Naturex has a 275,000-sq.-ft. factory and headquarters in South Hackensack, NJ and sales offices in Costa Mesa, CA and Toronto, also has factory in Shingle Springs CA.

 “Fully integrated in our US entity, the additional local sales teams will bring the same responsiveness and technical skills that keep our clients around the world so loyal to Naturex,” said   Stéphane Ducroux, COO Americas - Asia / Pacific. “By getting closer to our customers, we will offer them greater flexibility and tailor made support in the Food & Beverage, Nutrition & Health, and Personal Care markets.”

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