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02/12/2019 16:48

Nynas at industry meetings in the Americas

When the leading actors in the electrical industry and the base oil & lubricant sector gather, Nynas’ specialists are on hand to talk about the company’s unique products.

Nynas became established on the American market just over two decades ago and now has sales offices in Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, the USA and Canada, as well as nine depots.

With a combination of specialisation, local presence and technical competence, the objective is to further enhance the market position in South, Central and North America. Against this background, there is no question that Nynas will be attending this year’s final two important regional industry meetings.

The 15th ICIS Pan American Base Oils & Lubricants Conference, which is held in Jersey City, USA, focuses on the biggest challenges and forthcoming opportunities that the industry faces on the North and Latin American markets.

During the Feria Internacional del Sector Eléctrico (FISE) event in Medellin, Colombia, participants are given a current view of trends, opportunities and challenges for the electrical industry in the region, which in turn makes it easier for actors in the industry to seek out new business opportunities.

Both events take place on 4-6 December, and visitors will be able to meet the Nynas Supply Chain and Sales Team to discuss our capacity to innovate, creating solutions in order to add value for customers, and of course also to study the latest product launches – the new T 600 and S3 B – as well as the new, unique, bio-based products NYTEX® BIO 6200 and NYTRO® BIO 300X.    

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