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Sun Chemical Performance Pigments relocates Brazil’s facilities

The Sun Chemical Performance Pigments division in Brazil has moved its office and warehouse into one consolidated location in Guarulhos, Brazil, as of June 25, 2018.

Sun Chemical's INTENZA® for Cosmetics

Sun Chemical’s INTENZA® for Cosmetics

Prior to the move, Sun Chemical Performance Pigments stocked its materials in a third-party warehouse which required additional time to deliver goods. Now with the move, all materials will be stocked in a single, bigger location which will lead to shorter delivery time for materials to customers.

This change will give us the agility needed to help us to better meet the needs of our customers,” said Elisangela Silva, Sales Manager, Sun Chemical Performance Pigments, Brazil. “With our materials consolidated to one warehouse, we expect to see more efficient operating procedures and shorter delivery times for materials.

Sun Chemical Performance Pigments will be the only division moving from the current site in São Paulo. The address and contact information of the new Performance Pigments Group location is:

Sun Chemical Do Brasil LTDA
Estrada Municipal (V. Dinamarca), N° 642 - Galpão 16
Bairro Água Chata - CEP 07251300 - Guarulhos, SP
Phone: +55.11.3199.9200

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