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Arizona Chemical Forms Legal Trade Unit in China

January 30, 2013

CHINA: Arizona Chemical has formed Arizona Chemical Limited, a China Trading Company, which will operate out of the company’s office in Shanghai, China and will provide local sales, marketing, technical support, customer service and supply chain services to its Chinese customers.


“I’m very pleased that we now have a trading legal entity in China,” said Kees Verhaar, president and CEO. “This not only emphasizes our commitment to growth, but also strengthens the services we provide to our customers in China.” Under the China Trading Company, the Shanghai office now has its own supply chain organization, which includes customer service, logistics, and warehouse and demand planning functions. Customers in China will be able to place orders directly with Arizona Chemical Limited, take deliveries within China and transact in Chinese RMB.


The contact info is Arizona Chemical Limited, 100, Zunyi Road, Unit 9-11, Floor 26, Building B, Shanghai 200051, China; +86-21-62370909; Fax: +86-21-62370198.

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