Vesconite opens New Zealand office

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Vesconite has opened a facility in New Zealand. The company, which manufacturers polymers, said in a statement that Eddie Swanepoel, technical sales representative, will head the facility.

"Eddie is the perfect choice for leading our New Zealand office," said Dr. Jean-Patrick Leger, CEO, in the statement. "He has over a decade of technical and sales experience with our polymers in the marine, industrial and agricultural markets."

Vesconite also has locations in Argentina, Australia, Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, UAE, UK and the USA. The company manufactures the Vesconite and Vesconite Hilube product lines for the marine market. 

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