Brenntag Specialties and Zeochem expand collaboration for Pharma EMEA
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Brenntag Specialties and Zeochem expand collaboration for Pharma EMEA

Collaboration enables Brenntag to serve pharma customers in EMEA with chromatography silica gels

  • By ICN Bureau | November 16, 2023

Brenntag, the global market leader in chemicals and ingredients distribution, announced the expansion of the business collaboration with Zeochem, the Swiss manufacturer of high-quality molecular sieves, chromatography gels and deuterated compounds. This expanded partnership will add high-performance chromatography silica gels to Brenntag's pharmaceutical portfolio, providing state-of-the-art purification solutions to customers in EMEA.

These high-performance chromatography silica gels, developed using Zeochem know-how and manufactured in Europe, provide diverse options with varying moisture content and customizable properties. This versatility ensures that they can be tailored to meet the unique requirements of each customer. The addition of these innovative products to Brenntag's offering strengthens its position as a trusted partner for the pharmaceutical industry further.

Dr. Daniela Knedel, Industry Market Manager Regulated Synthesis, Pharma EMEA, underlines the importance of this collaboration: "In the field of perfect synthesis, exceptional purification is paramount. High performance silica gels for chromatography are now available to our customers. To meet all requirements, we offer a wide range of conventional and custom options with varying degrees of moisture."

“We are looking forward to a great collaboration and partnership with an industry leader like Brenntag” said Maarten de Voer, Head of Division Specialities at Zeochem. “With their technical expertise and application knowledge, we trust Brenntag to distribute our products and serve our customers to the highest level.”

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