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Cognis opens affiliate in India

By Gerald Ondrey |

Cognis GmbH (Monheim, Germany; www.cognis.com) has opened an affiliate in Mumbai, India. As of today, Cognis India will be a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Cognis Group, and will operate under the name of Cognis Specialty Chemicals Pvt. Ltd. Cognis first opened a liaison office in India in February 2008, with the aim of bringing the company closer to its customers in the region and gaining a greater understanding of local markets. The new affiliate will continue to grow Cognis’ business in India, and highlights the importance of this region. Cognis is a global supplier of innovative ingredients for products such as personal and home care, agriculture, coatings, lubricants, food ingredients, pharmaceuticals, and dietary supplements. Cognis’ success is based upon its focus on high-growth, high-demand areas, which are driven by the wellness and sustainability trends. This is why the company is increasingly devoting resources to its operations in the Asia-Pacific region, which is now its third biggest market after Europe and North America. India is one of the world’s most important emerging markets, and this is why Cognis opened the liaison office there in 2008. Since it was established, the office has helped Cognis gain…
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