LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sea-Land Chemical Europe Ltd. has further expanded its European operation with the appointment of Mr. Noud van Bavel as Regional Sales Manager, North Europe. Van Bavel will be based in the Netherlands and will be supported from the Rotterdam warehouse facility which was established in 2014.
“As a speciality chemical distributor supplying into the industrial lubricants and household, institutional and industrial cleaner markets, Sea-Land Chemical Europe is continuing its expansion from its original UK base,” said President Joseph Clayton. “Bringing Noud on board continues the planned expansion of our European organization in line with our strategic goals for Sea-Land Chemical Europe. Noud brings a background in the Industrial Lubricants sector along with a history of established commercial success.”
Robert Stubbs, General Manager for the European operation, was similarly enthusiastic. “We are now gaining a strong position in the specialized distribution sector of the lubricants and cleaners marketplace in Europe by crossing country borders and establishing business as result of our technical, logistical and knowledge based approach. Noud has the capability to build on our growing reputation to deliver a best in class service to both our international customer base and our global business partners.”
Sea-Land Chemical Europe Ltd is based in the UK. It is part of the Sea-Land Chemical Co., which is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. On the net at www.sealandchem.co.uk.
Founded in Cleveland, Ohio in 1964, Sea-Land Chemical Co. is an employee-owned distributor of specialty chemicals. The company provides a variety of products to the lubricants; household, industrial & institutional cleaners; coatings and adhesives; and rubber and plastics industries. The company employs technically adept sales professionals and serves markets across the United States and through its two subsidiaries, Canada and Europe. There are nine strategically located warehouses in North America and two warehouses in Europe. For more information, visit www.sealandchem.com.