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FloraTech Gets New Distributor, Warehouse

July 30, 2014

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FloraTech opened a stocking warehouse in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Shipments from this warehouse began in May 2014.

In other news, FloraTech has appointed Safic-Alcan Italia, located in Milan, as its distributor in Italy as of June 2014.

FloraTech markets quality botanically derived ingredients to formulators of cosmetic and personal care products. Since 1975, the company has taken the lead in providing consistent, quality-tested, innovative ingredients with properties designed to meet the requirements of the modern formulator.

Included in our ingredient line are natural and oil-free emollients, specialty particles, water-soluble emollients and innovative jojoba esters. Formulators use these to create products in categories which include: skin care, lip care, nail care, and hair care, in addition to color cosmetics, fragrance and body wash products.

More info: www.floratech.com
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