REPI appoints Dimitris Dounis as new Managing Director of REPI LLC

Gastonia, NC – October 17th, 2022  

REPI, a leading manufacturer of performance additives and colours for polyurethanes and thermoplastics, announces the appointment of Mr. Dimitris Dounis as new Managing Director of the US based company to further support the growth in North and South America. Mr.  Dounis brings over twenty years of extensive experience in the chemical and polyurethanes industries. He holds a degree in chemical engineering and polymers science and has held various executive positions in multinational companies.

REPI will leverage his extensive know-how and network in the chemical industry to boost its strategy to become a reference partner for liquid colour and performance additive solutions in the Americas.

REPI entered the United States market with own offices, laboratory and technical service department back in 2003 to introduce the colour ranges for polyurethane applications.The line of products for thermoplastic polymers followed soon after and in 2012 a brand new facility with state of the art laboratory, manufacturing, as well as prototyping capabilities for PET packaging applications, was inaugurated in Gastonia, North Carolina. Today the American affiliate serves the Americas with the complete product range, directly or through established partners.

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