Supplier's Corner

Aleocorp Establishes European Partnerships

November 11, 2005

Aloecorp, Broomfield, CO, has forged three new business partnerships in Europe due to the region’s increased interest in aloe vera. Chesham Chemicals Ltd., Harrow, UK, will represent Aloecorp’s sales in Poland through its Warsaw office. Secondly, Krefeld, Germany-based C.H. Erbsloh will market the company’s products in Germany and Austria. TensoChema AG, a raw material supplier located in Zurich, Switzerland, will represent Aloecorp in Switzerland.

The three partners sell raw material ingredients to skin care, nutritional supplement and functional food markets. More info: (303) 635-2200; Fax: (303) 635-2300; Website: www.aloecorp.com.
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