An insurance perspective on the European Chemicals industry

| June 6, 2018

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This white paper provides the reader with macroeconomic views, fact-based insights into key trends and the future in both the European chemicals industry as well as the European chemicals insurance market. In order to be successful in this market, carriers are increasingly pressured to further segment their client approach and adjust their value proposition continuously to meet clients exposure and risk management needs.

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Vinmar International

Vinmar is a global marketing, distribution and project development company that brings value to the world's leading producers and users of petrochemical products through tailored business solutions. With more than 35 years of success, the company has experienced and knowledgeable marketing and logistics professionals in over 30 countries, that service more than 100 nations. Vinmar markets over three million metric tons of petrochemicals throughout the world, with total annual revenues over four billion dollars.

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