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New Elevance Grease Processing Aid Available At Acme Hardesty

August 1, 2014

Elevance Renewable Sciences’s Elevance Concert GC-350, a grease processing aid, will be distributed in North America by Acme-Hardesty, Co., one of the largest distributors of renewable products into lubricants and greases.

“Elevance Concert GC-350 is the newest addition to a growing portfolio of renewable, high-performance ingredient solutions for the lubricant and other industries,” said Robin Weitkamp, senior vice president, Lubricants and Additives, Elevance. “We look forward to working with Acme-Hardesty, a partner who is committed to finding innovative ways to distribute this product to North American grease manufacturers to address industry and consumer demand for improved performance and sustainability.”

More info: www.elevance.comwww.acme-hardesty.com
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