Symphony teams up with Sun Ace to distribute d2p in South Africa
The agreement is a perfect fit for both companies as Sun Ace are successful at building strategic alliances to develop efficient and cost-effective products. Likewise, Symphony continue to expand and develop its product range and believes that d2p technology gives Sun Ace a lot of scope to work with. It covers a suite of technologies which are compatible with a large range of applications.
Symphony’s d2p antimicrobial technology has recently proved to be effective against viruses, including Coronavirus. Tests carried out at The Institute of Biology at Unicamp University in Sao Paolo State, Brazil, confirmed a 99.9% virus reduction within one hour of contact with a plastic film containing d2p. The added advantage over sprays and wipes is that the protection lasts for the lifetime of the product.
d2p is a versatile product that Sun Ace will be marketing to various sectors including cling film, plastic pipe producers, flooring companies, PVC compounders, medical companies, and the food packaging industry among others.
Symphony’s CEO, Michael Laurier, said “We very much look forward to working with Sun Ace in Southern Africa and to developing and expanding the number of products able to benefit from d2p technology.”
Sun Ace Group Business Director, Alistair Calder said, “We are excited with this agreement. The d2p technology is in line with our ongoing strategy, where we market, manufacture and sell chemicals to various industries. We touch the lives of millions of people every day.”
2nd February 2021