ChemSynergy establishes subsidiary in the Netherlands

a chemical plant stationed in the Netherlands

Continuing to expand: ChemSynergy establishes subsidiary in the Netherlands.
The positive business development and expansion of ChemSynergy GmbH provided the impetus for the current expansion of its international network.

Since May 2022, the company has also been represented with a subsidiary in the Netherlands.

“The current expansion of our ChemSynergy family was the logical step for the dynamization of our European business and even better service and support. It is particularly pleasing that we were able to win Paul Sprey for the management of ChemSynergy B.V. As former owner and managing director of 3House Chemical B.V. he has extensive experience in our markets. He has demonstrated leadership qualities in his previous positions, is highly regarded in our industry and, as an entrepreneur in the company, is the ideal candidate for us.”

comments Dr. Frank Wieczorek, Managing Director of ChemSynergy GmbH, based in Meerbusch, Germany.
About ChemSynergy
Behind ChemSynergy® is a team of scientists with extensive expertise in the areas of production, research & development of chemical products and processes based on renewable raw materials such as vegetable oils and fats. The products are mainly fatty alcohols, fatty acids, fatty amines and the oleochemical derivatives and formulations produced from them, such as special esters, nonionic surfactants and biocides.

The core business is also the customer-oriented development of chemical products, especially for clients in the food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries (life sciences). The second pillar of success is based on a worldwide network of cooperation partners and decades of cultivated relationships in the Asian procurement market. The strategic goals of ChemSynergy GmbH also include the promotion of effective measures for more sustainability and the acquisition of corresponding certificates.
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