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Polynt Reichhold Group to establish Polynt Composites Turkey subsidiary

The fully owned subsidiary will enable the Group to expand is resins and gelcoat product portfolio and technical experience to the Turkish composites market.

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Polynt Reichhold Group (Scanzorosciate, Italy) has announced that it is going to establish the fully owned subsidiary Polynt Composites Turkey, incorporated and based in Istanbul.

The new company will be the base to grow and consolidate the presence of Polynt Reichhold Group in Turkey and in the region, where industrial activities are expected to continue to build up in upcoming years.

Polynt Turkey Kimyevi Ürünler Ticaret Anonim ┼×irketi will allow the Group to serve the Turkish growing markets with its product portfolio and technical experience in the business of unsaturated polyester resins, vinyl ester resins, gelcoats and compounds, with a special focus on local composites applications in construction, engineering stone and transportation.

The Polynt Reichhold Group says its global industrial capacity, coming from the merging of several leading sources in Europe and the Americas, enables them to deliver the best technical and industrial solutions for customers and partners in a range of composites applications.

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