Doing the Distributor Shuffle


Angus Chemical and Anderol recently announced new distribution arrangements, while Stoney Creek Technologies named a new sales and marketing agent.

Angus Chemical Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dow Chemical Co., announced a reorganized network of distributors for its nitroalkane-based materials, establishing a lineup based on geography and markets served, effective July 1. Ashland Chemical supplies the entire United States for all markets, while Sea-Land Chemical Co. serves the metalworking fluids market across the country. Monson serves the Northeast, Lintech the Southeast and Gulf States, Barton Solvents the Midwest, M.F. Cachat the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes region and E.T. Horn western states. Canada is covered by Univar Canada and Stochem Canada. Angus Chemicalis based in Buffalo Grove, Ill.

Anderol Inc. said Precision Industries will distribute its food-grade and industrial lubricants from 62 branches across the country. A unit of Kaufman Holdings, Anderol is based in East Hanover, N.J., while Precisions headquarters is in Omaha, Neb.

Stoney Creek Technologies named Synthetic Oils and Lubricants of Texas (Soltex) global sales and marketing partner. Stoney Creek manufactures synthetic sulfonates and alkyl sulfonic acids at its plant in Trainer, Pa. Soltex is based in Houston.

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