PlusChem, an alliance at the service of the client

Since January 2017, Barcelonesa has been part of the PlusChem European Alliance, a European network of independent distributors of specialty chemicals. This network emerged with the aim of meeting the needs of big multinational chemical distribution companies around the world. 

PlusChem EEIG was founded in February 2000 as part of the European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG), a corporate entity that represents the interests of six family businesses from different countries with a long, respected track record in the chemical sector

This Alliance enables us to reach speciality product manufacturers and representatives, obtain new agreements that favour and/or improve our services, as well as obtain and share information on the chemical sector that boosts the activity of each of the member companies.

The PlusChem Alliance promotes collaboration among several chemical distributors, thereby guaranteeing more complete customer service. 

Our operational team, together with administration, is entrusted with attending coordination meetings with other members where they share proposals and evaluate any projects that may be pertinent to our business.  

The companies that make up PlusChem are present in most market segments and together are a market leader in additives for the food industry, cosmetic raw materials, intermediate pharmaceutical products, etc. It is a group with extensive sector knowledge, which shares synergies in order to serve a wide variety of business areas while providing support and creating value for clients.

The 33rd Chemspec Europe Exhibition in Cologne (Germany) will be held on 20 and 21 June. It will bring together chemical sector buyers, traders and agents in an international event specialized in Fine and Speciality Chemicals. For the second year in a row, Barcelonesa will be present at the PlusChem stand along with the rest of the companies that make up this Alliance, in an event that it has been attending since its beginnings.  




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