DSM Engineering Plastics in Troy Partners with Texas’ Nexeo Plastics to Enhance Distribution

Troy’s DSM Engineering Plastics of the Netherlands’ Royal DSM, a global company focused on nutrition, health, and sustainable living, has announced it is partnering with Nexeo Plastics in Texas to enhance its distribution footprint for automotive, electronics, and industrial manufacturers throughout North America.
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DSM Engineering Plastics in Troy is partnering with Nexeo Plastics in Texas to enhance its distribution footprint. // Photo courtesy of DSM Engineering Plastics

Troy’s DSM Engineering Plastics of the Netherlands’ Royal DSM, a global company focused on nutrition, health, and sustainable living, has announced it is partnering with Nexeo Plastics in Texas to enhance its distribution footprint for automotive, electronics, and industrial manufacturers throughout North America.

The most popular grades from DSM’s advanced material portfolio are now available through Nexeo Plastics.

“When our customers need our products around the country and ready for just-in-time delivery, it’s critical to have a strong partnership with our distribution network,” says Jud Gibson, vice president of commercial Americas at DSM Engineering Plastics.

DSM will use Nexeo’s warehouse distribution network, which serves the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

“We share DSM’s commitment to excellence and customer centricity, and we are excited to offer DSM’s extensive portfolio of high-performance engineering plastics to our customers,” says Shawn Williams, CEO of Nexeo Plastics.

DSM offers solutions for human and animal nutrition, personal care, medical devices, green products and applications, and new mobility and connectivity. It was founded in 1902 and has about 23,000 employees.

Nexeo is a global thermoplastics resins distributor with customers across North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. It offers logistics and value-added services for the automotive, health care, packaging, wire and cable, 3-D printing, and other industries.

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