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Uniqema's Forestall Now Offered at ChemPoint.com

November 22, 2005

Uniqema, New Castle, DE, selected ChemPoint.com as the sole channel to market Forestall, an odor-neutralizing surfactant. ChemPoint will provide marketing, sales, customer service and logistics for all U.S. and Canadian customers.

“Utilizing ChemPoint will enable Uniqema to focus our resources on the continued development of next-generation odor neutralizer products and formulations,” said Shirish Sawale, product manager, Uniqema. Forestall is used in a wide variety of consumer, institutional and industrial products such as kitchen and bathroom surface deodorizers, home care and institutional air fresheners and effluent odor control products.

In other news, ChemPoint.com is also the exclusive West Coast channel for Penreco’s Versagel C series. Versagel C products are pre-mixed, easy-to-use gelling hydrocarbons that provide a unique appearance to clear gel candles and aromatherapy applications, according to executives at the Woodlands, TX-based company. Versagel C is available in different polymer levels.

“We look forward to working with Penreco to accelerate the growth of this specialty product,” said Steve Block, ChemPoint’s director of marketing and sales. “We are pleased to be a marketing solution that optimizes customer service levels and cost to serve. We are also excited to be extending our reach into the rapidly-growing candle industry.”
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