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Prescient Color renames itself as Americhem Polymers

Mar '20
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Prescient Color, an Indian producer of high-end colour masterbatches in niche applications such as synthetic fibres, has renamed itself as Americhem Polymers India Private Limited. This change of names comes almost two years after Americhem, an innovative, technology-driven leader in the global polymer industry, acquired the Indian company in June 2018.

The acquisition complemented Americhem’s position in the global synthetic fibre market and has expanded its geographic reach in this high growth region. Americhem Polymers India Private Limited has seen tremendous growth since joining Americhem by collaborating with their customers as the global, trusted advisor to shape the future through innovative and sustainable polymer solutions.

Americhem Polymers India’s managing director, Krishna Joshi, stated, “We are so thrilled to take on the Americhem name as a part of our brand offering and have been anticipating this very exciting day. This will enable us to offer the same brand attributes to our valued customers as we work towards introducing new technologies in this region.”

Americhem’s CEO, Matthew Hellstern, stated, “Prescient Color has been a part of Americhem for almost two years and we are proud that they accepted to join our family. Changing their name to Americhem Polymers India Private Limited integrates them further into the global Americhem Family.”

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