KRAHN Polska’s distribution portfolio now also includes the Elvacite® and Dianal product series from Mitsubishi Chemical UK Ltd., one of the leading global manufacturers of acrylic bead resin with sites in Europe, the USA and Japan.
The acrylic resins Elvacite® and Dianal are used as binders in various applications such as diverse types of coatings – especially on metal, road marking paints, inks or adhesives as well. They come in a variety of grades, all tailored to specific applications. Using these binders achieves properties like weatherability, adhesion, abrasion and chemical resistance. Furthermore, resins are also utilized as additives in other binder systems to modify their properties.
“A successful distribution cooperation of KRAHN Italy with Mitsubishi Chemical is already in place,” asserts Magda Chudziak, Managing Director at KRAHN Chemie Polska Sp. z o.o. “Now, we are proud to be awarded the distribution rights for the market-leading acrylic bead resin range from Mitsubishi Chemical and thus further expand our portfolio. We are looking forward to a successful cooperation in Poland and feel confident that our partnership will prove fruitful.”
Dr Craig Mason, Commercial Director Mitsubishi Chemical UK Ltd. Specialty Polymers and Resins, affirms that “Mitsubishi Chemical UK Ltd. Specialty Polymers and Resins is delighted to be working with KRAHN Chemie Polska Sp. z o.o. for the promotion of the Elvacite® and Dianal acrylic bead resin ranges. This further strengthens the sales and distribution network of Mitsubishi Chemical UK Ltd. Specialty Polymers and Resins within Europe. I am confident that our customers, both existing and new, will benefit from the broad range of experience and technical knowledge that KRAHN Chemie Polska Sp. z o.o. offers.”
About Mitsubishi Chemical UK Ltd. Specialty Polymers and Resins
Mitsubishi Chemical UK Ltd. Specialty Polymers and Resins is part of Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation. The company, based in Newton Aycliffe, UK, manufactures acrylic polymers at a purpose-built site using suspension polymerisation technology, supported by a satellite manufacturing site in the Netherlands and working closely with sister sites in the USA and Japan. As part of Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, the company contributes to the sustainable well-being of people, society and our planet Earth – a group philosophy called KAITEKI.