Polykon Manufacturing LLC merges with Seppic Inc. and becomes Seppic Inc. Richmond

Since its opening in 2020 in Richmond, Virginia, the Polykon Manufacturing LLC facility has strengthened Seppic’s proximity to our North American customers and expanded our manufacturing capabilities. Effective January 1, 2024, Polykon Manufacturing LLC took the next step by merging with its parent company, Seppic Inc.

This change brings consistency to the organization of Seppic’s manufacturing facilities and supports the company’s strategy to deliver a simplified customer experience. Seppic continues to grow by addressing multiple markets around the world, always with the highest level of service, while strengthening its brand image in the United States.

Seppic Inc. Richmond produces in particular SEPIMAX ZEN™, SEPINOV™ EMT 10, SEPINOV™ WEO, SIMULGEL™ NS, or SIMULGEL INS 100™. As a major global player in rheology modifiers, the Seppic Group continually invests in its production facilities in the United States to provide a high level of service to its customers.

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