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SO.F.TER. to market Invista's nylon 6.6 in Mexico
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Mar '13
The SO.F.TER. Group and INVISTA have signed a distribution agreement that allows SO.F.TER. to market INVISTA’s TORZEN polyamide 6.6 products in Mexico. The technical and sales staffs from both companies will be available to present the new range at the Plastimagen Show in Mexico City, March 12-15.

“Our relationship with SO.F.TER. will help enhance the supply of nylon 6.6 to the Mexican plastics market,” said Kip Kimball, director of INVISTA's reinforced polymers for North America. “We are thrilled to support SO.F.TER. as they provide local representation for INVISTA’s TORZEN resins,” he said.

In addition to distributing TORZEN products, SO.F.TER. produces and distributes a wide range of thermoplastic elastomers in Mexico and has recently started the production of rigid compounds—based on polypropylene and polyamide 6—specifically aimed at the automotive and home appliance industries.

Riccardo Meucci, global commercial director for SO.F.TER. said, "We are very pleased to have INVISTA in our portfolio. Thanks to the range of TORZEN polyamide 6.6 and the other engineering plastics in our production, we are able to offer the Mexican industry a package of solutions and services unparalleled in the market."

SO.F.TER. Mexico is located in one of the most advanced industrial areas of Latin America—the industrial estate of Guanajuato Puerto Interior (Silao, G.to), which has an exceptional logistics infrastructure.

In addition to excellent rail and road connections, there is also an International Airport, which is connected to the main airports of Mexico and the United States, and even includes an internal customs. The buildings and facilities of the plant, which employ a staff of 70, cover an area of 13,000 square meters. The company's quality management system also has UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 certification.

SO.F.TER. is one of the top-three independent compounders in Europe and is active in more than 60 countries worldwide.

INVISTA Engineering Polymers is the leading producer of polyamide 6.6 polymer. The business has operations in the United States, Canada, the Netherlands and Argentina; and commercial, technical and distribution facilities in each major region around the globe. To learn more, visit www.ep.INVISTA.com.

About SO.F.TER.

SO.F.TER. GROUP is one of the largest independent compounders in the world. The company’s product range, one of the largest in Europe, includes thermoplastic elastomers, thermoplastic vulcanizates and engineering plastics.

Thanks to its technological know-how in a broad range of materials, SO.F.TER. can offer its customers innovative, tailor-made solutions with high specialization in the automotive, domestic appliance, construction, footwear and sport sectors.

INVISTA

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