Our Awards

 

We’re proud to be recognized by some prestigious names and awards

Winning awards is a great indicator that we’re achieving and maintaining the high standards of technical excellence and innovation our customers deserve.

We're recognized for the quality and value of our products and we're incredibly proud of the long list of industry awards we've won because of them.

The accolades we’ve garnered demonstrate our growth as a business and how we’ve continued to go from strength to strength in areas like innovation, service levels and overall business strategy. 

 

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Awards

Frost and Sullivan Best Practices Automotive Award 2015

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Arkema reinforces its high-performance thermobonding adhesives business with the acquisition of Fixatti

Arkema announces the proposed acquisition of Fixatti, a company specialized in high-performance thermobonding adhesive powders. This acquisition will enable Bostik to strengthen its global offering of hotmelt adhesive solutions for niche industrial applications in the construction, technical coating, battery, automotive, and textile printing markets.
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Bostik celebrates 50 years of Blu Tack®: everyone’s favourite reusable adhesive.

Created in an English laboratory during an attempt to originally develop a new sealant, Blu Tack® reusable adhesive has become a mainstay of Bostik’s stationery and craft ranges with over 250 million packs sold worldwide since its launch in 1970.
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Bostik and Ontex donate over one million packets of feminine care products for girls in Zambia

Bostik, the adhesive solutions business line of the Arkema group, and Ontex, a leading international personal hygiene group, has donated over one million feminine hygiene products to support education for girls in Zambia.
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Bostik Portugal organizes a solidarity action to connect students to school.

The Portuguese affiliate has donated 30 computers to children in need, in order to help them staying connected to school.
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