Lonza extends distribution deal with Azelis for Italian market

By Simon Pitman contact

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Lonza extends distribution deal with Azelis for Italian market
Azelis has confirmed that its agreements to distribute Lonza speciality ingredients for personal care in the Italian, Irish and UK markets have been extended.

The extended distribution agreement means that key ingredients in the Lonza portfoloi, which include Cosmocil, Polyaldo, Geogard, Glydant, Isocil PC, Lonzaserve, Lonzest, Zinc Omadine and Amphoterge, will be promoted by Azelis

As well as personal care, the distribution agreement also targets the CASE and homecare markets in all three countries.

Azelis technical expertise

Azelis has a close and extended working relationship with Lonza throughout Europe, where it already represents the company in Austria, Benelux, Germany, Nordic, Russia, Switzerland and Turkey.

The two companies have been working alongside one another for many years, with the agreement serving to help forge an increased footprint for Switzerland-based Lonza throughout Europe.

In particular, the technical expertise of the Azelis team, combined with a proven track record as a specialist ingredients distributor, has served to help leverage the Lonza portfolio.

Azelis recongised by the industry

Azelis has been recognized by the industry for its expertise in formulation, including the 2017 Cosmetagora (Paris) and the Cosmetics Fountain Innovation Award at PCHi for the third year in a
row.

“Azelis has a successful proven track record in other regions and segments with deep knowledge and expertise of the market’s needs,”​ said Thomas Brancato, Global Distribution Director for Personal Care at Lonza.

“Azelis is well placed to increase market penetration, with innovative products and formulations at the forefront of new technologies. We look forward to growing this business together.”

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