Bondalti acquires 68.5% of Enkrott

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Sept. 12, 2020

The entry into the water treatment technology and equipment business is yet another sign of Bondalti's commitment to expansion, following the inauguration of the Torrelavega plant, Spain, which positioned the company as the largest Iberian chlorine producer, and the presentation of the hydrogen production project at its Estarreja complex, whose potential will make Portugal a net exporter of this product.

Water treatment solutions represent a new growth path for Bondalti, with great complementarity in relation to its activity in industrial chemicals. This new business area also reflects a long-term commitment to an activity sector aligned with the major global trends in sustainable development, including the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals related to efficiency in the use, supply and access to drinking water (SDG 6 ).

The entry into the water treatment technology and equipment business is yet another sign of Bondalti's commitment to expansion, following the inauguration of the Torrelavega plant, Spain, which positioned the company as the largest Iberian chlorine producer, and the presentation of the hydrogen production project at its Estarreja complex, whose potential will make Portugal a net exporter of this product.

“When implemented in the current economic context of great adversity, this deal demonstrates Bondalti's commitment to its strategy, confirms its resilience and financial sustainability, and represents an unequivocal commitment to national engineering capabilities and its potential for growth and reinforcement. internal and export business”, says João de Mello, chairman of the Board of Directors of Bondalti.