Challenges of the future

Italmatch Chemicals supported the Italian event L’alfabeto del futuro, organized by Il Secolo XIX and La Stampa and hosted during the main Boat Show in Europe (Salone Nautico). Read more >

Energy efficency project for Arese plant

Innovatec will build a cogeneration plant and a steam generator for a total value of € 3.4 million, including maintenance for a period of ten years. The plant will satisfy 80% of the plant’s electricity consumption demand and 62% of the hot water and industrial process steam. Read more >

100 Italian e-mobility stories features Italmatch

100 ITALIAN E-MOBILITY STORIES, published by Symbola Fundation and supported by Enel X and FCA, features Italmatch as one of the companies on the frontline of e-mobility development. Our Group has been chosen because its work in the e-mobility market, from the production of flame retardants for battery cases to the R&D activity on new generation batteries. Read more >

Iternal Solidarity Fund to challenge Covid19 economic recession

Group’s CEO and Top Managers join an internal initiative (Internal Solidarity Fund) through a voluntary pay cut until the end of the year 2020 as a gesture of responsibility for the company and solidarity for other Employees, during the global recession period. Read more >

Authorized Economic Operator Certification

Italmatch Chemical announces that, after an accurate audit conducted by the customs authorities, the company has obtained the certification ad Authorized Economic Operator Full (AEOF) – Custom Simplification and Security Read more >

Pilot final demonstration: workshop in Arese plant

Clients and partners meet for the final discussion about the project. After 5 years of research, Italmatch presents a new sustainable process to produce Tri Alkyl Phosphites and presents LIFE-Trialkyl project results Read more >

Circular Economy: Italmatch aims to recover Phosphorus from waste materials

The production of P4 is linked to the use of phosphorite ore which, being almost completely absent in Europe, must be imported from countries that have mines, such as China, Vietnam and Morocco, where these phosphorite mines are present. The Recophos project wants to succeed in replacing the use of phosphate rock with that of ashes containing P. Read more >

News & Press Releases – 2019