Hexigone joins forces with MCassab to supply sustainable corrosion inhibitors in Brazil

29 August 2023

Hexigone Inhibitors Limited, an innovator in corrosion technology, has joined forces with leading speciality chemical distributor, MCassab. The collaboration marks a significant milestone in Hexigone’s mission to expand its global reach and provide cutting-edge solutions to the Brazilian market.

With a strong R&D focus, extensive distribution infrastructure, and deep understanding of the Brazilian market, MCassab Group forms the perfect partnership to drive the success of Hexigone’s Intelli-ion® technology in Brazil. Their significant £28M investment in the renovation of their operation centre, where their state-of-the-art chemical analysis lab is located, demonstrates their dedication to innovation and high-quality offerings.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with MCassab,” says Ella Newington, Marketing Manager at Hexigone Inhibitors. “The team actually approached us in their quest to introduce a new and innovative anticorrosive to the market – and after research and discussions – we quickly realised that MCassab’s ethos and vision align perfectly with ours. This partnership is set to quickly strengthen our reach in South America.”

“We are always looking for products that set us apart,” stated Ana Amelia Peduto Horta, Business Development Manager at Mcassab Group. “The addition of Hexigone’s sustainable corrosion inhibitors to our portfolio underscores our commitment to equipping our customers with the most advanced technologies available in the market.”

Hexigone will be one of MCassab’s Group key suppliers showcased at their exhibition space at ABRAFATI this November, the largest event for the coatings industry in Latin America. Dr. Patrick Dodds (CEO – Hexigone) has also been personally selected by the event to deliver a technical presentation titled ‘Smart Reservoir Corrosion Inhibitors to Replace Chromates in Coatings’.

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