Speciality Chemical manufacturer Schutzen ties up with Azelis India 

Leading specialty chemical manufacturer SCHUTZEN Chemical Group has appointed Azelis, as it’s distributor for its Personal Care portfolio. The global specialty chemical distributor will focus on n SCHUTZEN Chemical innovative Hair & Skin Conditioning Product which is derived from Tamarindus indicia Seed polysaccharide and an Anti-Viral, Anti-Microbial & Anti-Mite active for Home & Personal Care markets. Raj Mahendra Tanna, Founder & Director, SCHUTZEN Chemical Group said, “We are proud that we could quickly adapt to the COVID-19 crisis & rapidly respond with the launch of one of the safest Virucidal, Microbicidal & Fungicidal actives. The active will further serve as a major contributor in the hygiene market post COVID-19. We are equally excited to launch our unique Hair & Skin conditioning active based on Tamarindus Indica Seed polysaccharide through our patented process. This presents to be a game changer in terms of sustainability & performance in the personal care market.” He further added, “Azelis’ market presence, formulation development capabilities and customer centric approach proved crucial in our decision to chose them as a partner. We sensed Azelis to be a very supportive & humble organization. They exhibit a genuine focus on solving challenging customer problems. We are confident that Azelis India will make an excellent partner and significantly add to our growth & brand equity.” Commenting on the partnership, Aparna Khurana, Managing Director Azelis India said “Schutzen offers highly innovative products in line with the market demand for our key markets of Personal Care and CASE. Their new launch, the Anti-Viral, Anti-Microbial, Anti-Fungal active, a clean and safe hygiene solution, is a great demonstration of their adaptability to the market demand, making their portfolio continually attractive. Azelis will do its utmost to boost Schutzen’s penetration across India and grow the number of customers in CASE and Personal Care.”

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