Uralchimplast — Huettenes-Albertus
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Huettenes-Albertus, a leading manufacturer of chemical products for the foundry industry, and UCP Chemicals one of the leading Russian producers of synthetic resins and plastics announce that they have reached an agreement to form a joint venture to produce, market and distribute auxiliary products for the foundry industry in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and all other countries of the former USSR. The joint venture, OOO Uralchimplast Huettenes-Albertus (UCP-HA), will be based in Nizhny Tagil, Russia and will offer the full range of products for the foundry industry to meet the growing market demand for technological and environmental improved products in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and other countries of the former USSR. UCP-HA will provide the market with advanced solutions based on specific needs and production requirements of each customer. The joint venture’s broad product portfolio includes products for ferrous and non-ferrous foundries covering the whole casting process from melting via mold and core production to cleaning - offering a one-shop-solution for our foundry customers.
- Thermosetting systems: Hot Box, Warm Box, Shell, Thermoshock;
- Cold Box systems: Phenolic urethane, Phenolic ether, Resol CO2, Epoxy SO2;
- No Bake systems: Furan acid, Phenolic acid, Phenolic ether, Liquid glass — ester, Phenolic urethane;
- Refractory coatings: Alcohol-based, Water-based, Alcoholic solvent for the coating;
- Additional materials: Liquid release agent, Tooling & equipment removers, Glue, Mold & core sealing.
«By joining our individual activities we want to increase our profile and our market presence in the large Russian foundry market and offer our global customers in the automotive and heavy industry one source solutions» Dr. Carsten Kuhlgatz, CEO of Huettenes-Albertus explained. «For UCP Chemicals this new joint venture marks another important step to provide customers in Russia and neighboring countries technically superior products for the foundry industry, in combination with a history of long lasting and mutually beneficial business relationships» Norbert Wieser, CEO of UCP Chemicals AG pointed out.
The history of Huettenes-Albertus based in Germany, reaches back for more than 100 years. Since then, the group has grown worldwide and is currently represented in more than 30 countries on all continents, and has over 2,000 dedicated employees ready to offer our global customers advice and assistance. Huettenes-Albertus is the leading global manufacturer of chemical products for the foundry industry. We provide our customers with state-of-the-art foundry chemical products for use in all established coremaking and moldmaking processes. We closely cooperate with the foundries and consistently adjust our products to ensure their technical and practical suitability. Not only does this process involve the further development of established products, but it also takes us in completely new directions. For more information about Hüttenes-Albertus visit www.huettenes-albertus.com.
UCP Chemicals AG based in Vienna, Austria, is via its subsidiary OAO Uralchimplast a leading player in Russia’s chemical industry and benefits from significant competitive advantages offered by its production facilities in Nizhniy Tagil, Russia. The group of companies has concluded several long-term partnerships with international market leaders to develop the Russian and former USSR markets. Uralchimplast is a subsidiary of UCP Chemicals, AG. It was founded in 1938 and is located in Nizhny Tagil, Russia. Uralchimplast produces industrial resins used in production of heat insulation, wood working, abrasives, refractory, friction materials, foundry, noise insulation, plastics, varnishes and other materials. Uralchimplast is producing in Nizhniy Tagil and has developed a network of sales and customer service branches in Moscow, Sankt-Petersburg, Togliatti, Novosibirsk and Rostov-on-Don. For more information about UCP Chemicals and Uralchimplast visit www.ucpchemicals.com and www.ucp.ru.