Chemistry, Altair chemical was born from the merger of two Esseco companies

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A new reality is born in the chemical industry, Altair chemical, which derives from the merger of two companies that both belong to Esseco industrial.

According to what a note explains, from the merger of Altair Chimica of Saline di Volterra (Pisa) and Hydrochem of Pieve Vergonte (Verbano-Cusio-Ossola), companies both part of Esseco Industrial, Altair Chemical was born. The merger allows us to continue «the path of consolidation in the chlor-alkali market of Esseco Industrial, a division of the Italian Esseco Group which offers products and services for the organic and inorganic chemical industry present in 10 countries with over 770 employees and a turnover which in 2022 reached 700 million euros”. With the operation, Esseco hopes to obtain the maximization of production capacity, an expansion under a single organization, the strengthening of synergies with sharing of storage management and logistics planning to streamline sales processes.

It is «a union aimed at the growth and optimization of processes – declares Roberto Vagheggi, general director of Esseco Industrial and managing director of the Chlorine-Alkali division – so that we create and improve those synergies that will allow us to compete on the market in more decisive way. Furthermore, the two plants have four productions in common: potassium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide, sodium hypochlorite and hydrochloric acid.”

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