June 20 2017, David R Brown
Bodo Möller Chemie Group expands in to the Middle East with the opening of an office Israel
The German Bodo Möller Chemie Group continues its international expansion by opening a new subsidiary in Tel Aviv, Israel, BM Chemie Israel Ltd. The move follows the formation of new branches in Morroco and the United States earlier in the year.
Israel is a high-tech location and there is great demand for specialized solutions in many complex industriesFrank Haug
CEO of the Bodo Möller Chemie Group
Initially the new Israeli office will focus on products from Huntsman Advanced Materials including epoxy resins, formulated systems and special components. The product portfolio is addressed to companies in the adhesives and electronics sector as well as users of coating systems. The main focus is on the aviation and aerospace industry and the processing of composite materials. Longer term, Israeli customers will benefit from further products and an expanded raw material portfolio.
“Israel is a high-tech location and there is great demand for specialized solutions in many complex industries. A suitably qualified team on site is needed to provide advice and handling, ”says Frank Haug, CEO of the Bodo Möller Chemie Group.
Initially the Tel Aviv office will be staffed by 4 experienced regional specialists headed by Jürgen Ihrybauer who will coordinate the team in Israel as Managing Director.
Bodo Möller Chemie Group
Founded in 1974, Bodo Möller Chemie Group has its headquarters in Offenbach am Main, Germany and operates in over 25 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific and now the Middle East. The Group is a leading trading partner for well-known European companies such as DOW Automotive Systems, HB Fuller, BASF and Huntsman Advanced Materials. The product portfolio of the company includes high-performance epoxy resin, polyurethane and silicone-based adhesives, thermosetting plastics (epoxy resin, polyester, polyurethane, silicone), pigments and additives, textile agents, dyes, electro casting resins, tooling and laminating resins and composites.
Source(s): Bodo Möller Chemie Press Release