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Lipo Chemicals Unveils New Website

January 29, 2013

Lipo Chemicals has launched its new website, www.lipochemicals.com.Improvements include a more functional search box, structured product content, straightforward navigation throughout the site, and a clean, fresh design.

The new website is the next phase of an overall rebrand of the company, which is headquartered in Paterson, NJ. Since its acquisition by Vantage Specialty Chemicals in 2010, Lipo has been focused on developing new technologies allowing the company to offer a wide array of specialty and basic ingredients to the marketplace. More specifically, Lipo’s main focus is on sustainability and green and natural ingredients as demonstrated by its recent acquisition of Desert Whale Jojoba.

More info: www.lipochemicals.com
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