Dynasol, one of the leading global suppliers of butadiene-styrene solution elastomers and one of the top manufacturers in the world of SEBS (styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene), SBS (styrene -butadiene-styrene) and SSBR (solution-based styrene -butadiene rubber), has recently formed a strategic alliance with SpecialChem, an organization focused on accelerating innovation and solutions with speciality chemicals and materials at adhesives and sealants formulators through its website dedicated to raw materials. "In a constantly changing global market, it is essential for an innovative company to provide a genuinely creative and competitive edge for its partners" says Juan Ramon Salinas, Dynasol's new Worldwide Sales and Marketing Director. "Furthermore, we are firmly convinced that the joint collaboration with SpecialChem will provide the kind of advanced solutions customers need to remain at the forefront of today's Adhesives and Sealants market." "We strongly believe that this collaboration will help Dynasol take a significant step forward in the Adhesives and Sealants market", added Mr. François Bauduin, Vice President of the Adhesives and Sealants Business Unit at SpecialChem. "We are pleased to offer our global community of formulator's instant access to technical information regarding Dynasol's innovative portfolio of butadiene-styrene copolymers, as well as customized technical support." By launching Dynasol's own storefront, which will be available as of April 7th at http://www.specialchem4adhesives.com/sf/dynasol, Dynasol aims to offer adhesives and sealants formulators an additional global channel to initiate and jointly develop advanced solutions to respond to particular needs and specific market requirements and to provide them with a wide range of high quality products for Adhesives and Sealants applications. With the same objective of jointly initiating and developing advanced solutions with customers, Dynasol will be present at the World Adhesives Conference that will take place in Miami April 20th through 23rd.