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Page 1: The Basque Chemical Sector - Basque Country | Euskadi.eus

Gran Vía, 35 – 3º

48009 Bilbao / España

Tel.: +34 94 403 70 12

Fax: +34 94 403 70 22

E-mail: [email protected]

http://www.spri.net

Asociación Vizcaína de Empresas Químicas

Bizkaiko Enpresa Kimikoen Elkartea

Gran Vía, 50 - 5.º

48011 BILBAO

Tel. 94 400 28 00 - Fax: 94 400 28 00

E-mail: [email protected]

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The Basque Chemical Sector

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Contents

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1The Basque Country:A Powerful Industrial Reality 9

· Strategic Location 9

· Network of Industry and Subcontracting 10

· International Vocation 11

· Administrative Structure 11· Infrastructure of Training 13

· Infrastructure of R+D+I 13

· Industrial and Financial Infrastructure 13

· Quality of Life 13

2High technology processes of sustainabledevelopment 14

3The Basque Chemical Industry 16

· The Sector in figures 16

· The Sector of the Basque Chemical Industry 17

· Leading subsectors 18

· Perspectives of Basque Chemical Industry 20

4Company search engine 22

5Catalogue of Companies 28

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Strategic Location

Superficie (Km2) 7.234

Población (2004) (Hab.) 2.112.204

Densidad de la población (Hab./km2) 287,9

Idiomas oficiales Euskara y Castellano

Capitales Vitoria-Gasteiz, Bilbao y Donostia-San Sebastián

Aeropuertos Loiu, Hondarribia y Foronda

Puertos principales Bilbao y Pasajes

Parques Tecnológicos Araba, Bizkaia y San Sebastián

Médicos 4,7 por cada mil habitantes

Esperanza de vida (hombres) 76,4 años

(mujeres) 83,7 años

Alumnos / profesor (enseñanza secundaria) Ratio 9,6

Tasa de escolaridad (mayores 15 años) 100%

Source: EUSTAT y Elaboración propia

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he history of the Basque Country over the last 300

years can not be understood without the overriding

contribution of industry. Many conditions made the territory

the ideal location for the industrial development which still

continues today.

Among these, perhaps what is of greatest importance to

the Chemical Industry is the level of preparation obtained by

the Basque educational system, providing companies with

individuals trained to the highest degree at all professional

levels, who are particularly aware of the importance and

responsibility involved in a job in industry.

Located in the northeast of the Iberian peninsula and rated

as the leading industrial conglomeration in Spain, the Basque

Country is characterised by its continuous adaptation to the

changes required by the development of an advanced society

and by the core existence of the conditions, attitudes and

skills necessary for the development of the hugely active

and competitive Basque Chemical sector.

Strategic Location

The Basque Country, one of the geographical and communication

centres of the European Atlantic arc, has a number of maritime

ports, national and international airports, and a major well-

connected network of railways, motorways and first-class

roads. Furthermore, the logistical centres of the Port of Bilbao

and Vitoria airport are gateways for the arrival and departure

of goods to leading international destinations.

The Basque Country:a powerful industrial reality

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Exports- ImportsNon-energy 2003

THE BASQUESPAIN COUNTRY

(THOUS.EUROS) (THOUS.EUROS)

EXPORTS 134.118 11,207

IMPORTS 165,143 8,317

COMMERCIALBALANCE 81.21 134.75COVER (%)

Source: EUSTAT and the Ministry of Finance

Network of Industry and Subcontracting

Companies (total nº) 171,988

Employed population (Persons) (2004) 912,500

Unemployment Rate (2004) 7.0 %

Agriculture (% employed population) (2004) 2.07 %

Industry (% employed population) (2004) 27.46 %

Chemical Industry (% employed population) (2004) 0.70 %

Construction (% employed population) (2004) 9.11 %

Services (% employed population) (2004) 61.36 %

Gross Domestic Product GDP (Thous. Euros) 47,277

GDP per capita (Euros) 22,383

Distribution Gross Value Added (GVA)Agriculture 1.47 %Industry 32.68 %Construction 7.74 %Services 58.12 %Imports (Thous. Euros) 10,495

Exports (Thous. Euros) 11,786

Research and Development R+D+I (2003) (%/GDP) 1.48%

Internet Users (%population >15 years of age) 35.50%

Source: EUSTAT 2003 Export trends (%)Export Trends 2003

The Basque Country 26.15Spain 27.94France 23.53Germany 32.86Italy 24.56

(*) % Exportación/PIB

Source: EUSTAT, INE, INSEE, DESTATIS, ISTAT

Quality

Companies with ISO 9000 certification 4,016Companies with ISO 14001 certification 675European Award EFQM 5 winners

5 runner-upsQ Basque Gold Award Quality Management (*) 15Q SIlver (*) 65

Source: The Basque Government, Dept. of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, 2004.

(*) Following EFQM model: Q Gold , 500 points, and Q Silver, 400 points.

Source: The Treasury- the Basque Country

Comparative evolution of GDP (%)

3.5

2.4

4.4

5.2 5.2 5.3

3.02.7

3.84.3 4.4

4.1

2.41.7

2.5 2.7 2.63.3

1.62.8

2.5

1.80.8

2.0

THE BASQUE COUNTRY SPAIN EU

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 20022001 2003

2.42.4

0.7

2004

3.02.7

1.9

Technological Level of Industrial Production (%)

Macroeconomic variablesEmployment GVA Sales

Distibution of industrial production 100.0 100.0 100.0High Technological Level 2.7 2.6 2.4Medium to high Technological Level 28.2 28.3 28.0Medium to low technological Level 46.8 44.0 46.5Low Technological Level 20.2 16.6 16.8Participation of the Chemical Sector% Chemical/Industrial in High TL 7.4 14.5 10.5% Chemical/Industrial in Medium-High TL 8.8 11.9 14.6

Source: EUSTAT 2002

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Network of Industry and Subcontracting

The Basque Country has a long industrial tradition, in the

early periods of the steel industry, continuing with naval

construction and evolving to more advanced technology

sectors. The recognised business-like nature of the Basque

population has given rise to a dense network of small and

medium-sized specialised firms, supplying an industrial

network with multiple subcontracting capacities.

International Vocation

The companies of the Basque Country have a major

international vocation, with facilities and/or strategic

alliances in a number of countries around the world,

particularly in the rest Of Europe, Latin America and the

Far East.

Administrative Structure

The Basque Country has a broad range of administrative

bodies, of which the industrial, education and public

investment policies are of note. Traditionally there has

always existed a varied range of aids to companies:

encouraging the start of business projects, the development

of new products and technology companies, promoting the

setting up of projects, etc. The Society for Industrial

modernisation and promotion, S.A. (SPRI) is the development

agency of the Basque Country, and included among its

main objectives are the promotion of the Basque country

as an area attractive to investment, and the setting up of

business between foreign and Basque companies, and

after almost 25 years of work, it has much experience in

these matters. SPRI is a privileged gateway to a broad

selection of public and private financial aids, with particularly

attractive and competitive offers for companies, configuring

an advanced system of industr ia l promot ion.

The Basque Public Administration has created certain bodies

to offer basic support to the industry in sensitive areas for

the Chemical Industry such as: quality (Euskalit), the

environment (Ihobe), energy (Eve), technology (Saretek),

etc.

This is the basic reason why the Basque Country is one of

the areas in Europe with the highest density of ISO 9000

and ISO 14001 certificates, and a higher number of followers

of the EFQM European model of excellence There is also

a high degree of sensitivity to all environmental aspects,

which contributes to reducing the impact on the environment

and to providing high quality surrounds, in spite of the high

industrial density.

The Basque Public Administration has the highest level

public health system in the whole country, Osakidetza, and

one of the most modern and automated public

administrations, with special attention and specific

programmes for the development of electronic

administration.

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THE BASQUE COUNTRY SPAIN EUROPEAN UNION(*)

R&D Expenditure in %GDP 1.48 1.10 1.83

Company Financing/Total R&D (%) 79.1 54.1 66.3

FTE* persons per 1000 in active service 11.58 8 9.9

FTE* researchers per 1000 in active service 7.28 4.9 5.6

Source: EUSTAT 2003 except (*) 2002

R+D Infrastructure

R&D Expenditure (%GDP) 1.48

R&D Expenditure (Thous. Euros) 699.9

Companies: 79.1

Administration: 3.1Distribution R&D Expenditure (%)

Enseñanza Superior: 17.8 Source: EUSTAT 2003

Infrastructure of Training

Universities - University of the Basque Country / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (UPV/EHU) (public)- University of Deusto / Deustuko Unibertsitatea (private)- University of Navarra (campus of San Sebastián) (private)- Mondragon Unibertsitatea (private)

University students (2003) 76,589

Nº of workers in continuous training coursesin the Basque Country (2003) 90,242

Source: EUSTAT

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Infrastructure of Training

There are four prestigious universities in the Basque Country

with almost 77,000 students and 4,000 members of the

teaching staff.

The University of the Basque Country has top-level centres

providing highly-prepared professionals to the Basque

Chemical Industry: the Faculty of Science and Technology,

the Higher School of Industrial Engineers, and the School

of Technical Engineering.

But it is perhaps in the intermediate levels where the Basque

Country offers a qualitative jump with respect to neighbouring

areas. The level of preparation offered by the Occupational

Training system for young people who will take up work in

the Chemical Industry factories is underlined by all the

participating companies as being a decisive factor in the

competitive capacity.

Infrastructure of R+D+I

The Basque Network of Science, Technology and Innovation

(SARETEK) is made up of more than 80 institutions including

Technological centres of international prestige, university

departments with accredited research, research laboratories,

etc., one of the highest concentrations in Europe dedicated

to research and development as a supporting factor for

industrial activity.

Some of the centres are specialised in services of great

interest to the Chemical Industry such as the environment,

research into new polymer materials or new possibilities

in chemical production.

Industrial and Financial Infrastructure

The Basque Country has a major network of support to the

industrial sectors. The Basque Network of Industrial Parks

includes three large Technological Parks (Bilbao, San

Sebastian and Vitoria), of which the Zamudio Technological

Park is of note, as the number one in Spain.

The network of Business Associations and Clusters, whose

work is of particular importance in backing the Chemical

Sector, is one of the main supporting elements for the

groups of companies, due to its continual work in

promotions, incentives and interlocution, moving a fluid

system of industrial development based on collaboration.

All these centres and a large part of the Basque territory

have access to telecommunication networks with a broad

band width, provided by two leading operators and a large

number of Internet service providers (ISP).

The Basque financial system is known for its capacity and

scope, and is the origin of international entities such as

the BBVA, the Savings Bank confederation, the Cooperative

System, etc. Also present in the territory are all the leading

international financial institutions.

Quality of Life

The reputation of the Basque Country for high quality living

is upheld by exceptional orographic conditions and countryside

(sea, mountains, weather, etc.) in addition to first class

cultural events (international festivals and congresses, Film,

jazz...), renowned museums (Guggenheim Bilbao, Artium,

Chillidaleku...), and a prestigious gastronomic culture. Sport

of all types also plays a major role in Basque society.

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2.1.

Electroquímica de Hernani, S.A.

Raw MaterialH2O + NaCl

ProductsH2 + Cl2 + NaOH

3.

Fertiberia, S.A. (Fábrica de Lutxana)

Raw MaterialNH3O + H2SO4

ProductsNH4SO3

Arkema Química, S.A.

Raw MaterialHF + CHCl3

ProductsCHClF2 + HCl

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High technology processes forsustainable development

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5.4. 6.

Auxiliar Industrial, S.A. (Ilarduya)

Raw MaterialPhenol + Formaldehyde

ProductsPhenol-formal resin

Nubiola Pigmentos, S.A.

Raw MaterialNa + Al + Si + S

ProductAzul ultramar

Befesa Desulfuración, S.A.

Raw MaterialS + H2O

ProductsH2SO4

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The Sector in figures

Source: Industrial Survey, Eustat

The Basque Chemical Sector

64.9

45.1

73.276.1

81.6

72.3 73.0

43.347.3 49.2

50.4 52.1

6,261

6,112

5,907

6,0126,098

6,352 6,331

52.4

68.579.1

6,394

52.9

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 20022001

Valu

e Ad

ded/

Empl

oyee

(Tho

usan

d €

)

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

6500

6400

6300

6200

6100

6000

5900

5800

5700

5600

GVA/Employee Basque Chemical SectorGVA/Employee Basque IndustryNr Employees Basque Chemical Sector

Basic, Industrial and Product Chemicals. Net sales (thousands of €)

20021998

410.149

1995

534.829

804.497

410,149

534,829

804,497

250,430

326,590

346,863

578,871

697,973

845,567

Product ChemicalsIndustrial ChemicalsBasic Chemicals

Source: Industrial Survey, Eustat

The Basque Chemical Sector in Spain

Others

CAPV

Andalusia

Valencia

Madrid

Catalunya

Nº CompaniesEmployment Business Figures

45.4%

13.2%9.4%

6.0%5.2%

20.8%

46.6%

14.2%7.4%

6.4%4.9%

20.5%

30.4%

13.6%14.2%

11.0%4.8%

26.0%

Source: Foreign Trade Statistics. Eustat.

Foreign Trade of the Basque Chemical Sector (Thousands €)

191,525

38

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 20032001

115

105

95

85

75

65

55

45

35

ExportsImportsCover Rate (%)

2002

700,000

600,000

500,000

400,000

300,000

200,000

100,000

0

45 4551

5864

54 5459195,080

219,417259,463 269,765

339,730305,202 335,465 328,758

500,363

438,050488,160

510,506466,686

534,190562,178 571,822

611,797

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Average size (employment) of companies carrying out R&D–Chemical 157 145 134 126 126 126 94 87–Industry 174 176 188 184 173 170 168 164

Employment R&D/Total employment (%)–Chemical 4.6 4.3 4.4 4.7 5.9 6.5 8.9 6.8–Industry 1.8 1.7 1.8 1.9 2.4 2.8 3.1 3.1

R&D Expenditure/Sales (%)–Chemical 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.8 1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0–Industry 0.5 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.6 0.6

R & D Activity. Industry and the Basque Chemical Sector. 1995-2002

Source: R&D Survey. Industrial Accounting Eustat.

Incidence of ISO certificationin the Basque Chemical Sector (2004)

ISO 9000Certificates

ISO 14001Certificates

Certificates

Total companies

46%

16%

Empl

oyee

s Ba

sque

Che

mic

al S

ecto

r

Source: Industrial Survey and Dirce

Source: Aenor and Ihobe.

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The Sector of the Basque Chemical Industry

In the financial history of the Basque Country, basic industry

is one of the keys to the wealth and well-being of the

population.

Closely linked to the industrial sectors it serves, the factories

of the Basque Chemical Industry, having survived the blows

from the industrial crises at the end of the 20th century,

have emerged stronger, more competitive and better

prepared technologically.

Diversity is the most outstanding quality of the sector. The

variety of activities and markets which the Basque Chemical

companies serve is broad and the niches of internal

competition are few. This allows for a high level of

cooperation and exchange of experiences and information

between the companies in the sector.

In the Chemical sector the technological demand is intense,

giving rise to a strong presence of multinational companies,

who invest considerable capital into R&D and innovation,

and of SMEs highly specialised in offering services to

specific sectors in the Basque economic activity.

The technological level of the Basque chemical companies

is very high. The production plants are becoming more

and more computerised, giving rise to progressively safer

processes and the need for higher and better trained

personnel. Research and development is one of the key

factors, as much given to product innovation, as to

improving the efficiency of processes and the safety of

the already traded products themselves, known as "Product

Stewardship”

The level of management in the Basque Chemical Industry

is one of the most outstanding aspects: the gross value

added per employee, and the incidence of ISO-9001 and

ISO-14001 certificates, place it in a leading position in

Basque industry.

The European Union is the leading chemical producer

worldwide, with 28.6% of the global market, compared to

the 26.3% of the United States and 10.4% of Japan. Within

the EU-15, Spain occupies sixth position in chemical

production, with 7.1% of the production in business figures

and 8.4% of the 1,600,000 workers in the European

Chemical Industry.

The Basque Chemical Industry

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The Basque Chemical Sector shares a commitment to

sustainable development on a global level, and to the

initiative of continuous improvements to the environment

and safety, Compromiso de Progreso® (Commitment to

Progress) which the leading companies fol low.

One of the main problems facing the Basque Chemical

Sector is that of competition from emerging countries,

mostly in Asia.

The environmental and safety requirements of the

European Community, with the highest legal regulations

in the world, help the Basque Chemical Industry to obtain

very high efficiency quotas in its processes. In contrast,

the emerging countries use far more permissive

regulations enabling them to save on costs and achieve

competit ive prices with a much more deficient

management system.

Leading sub sectors

A) Basic Chemistry

Basic Chemistry refers to the sector given to the manufacture

of more standardised chemical products, with very diverse

applications, and usually consumed by other chemical

companies.

It is a capital and technology intensive activity, where the

incidence of scale economies is most important as it

competes in global markets extremely marked by price

levels.

The activity is particularly influenced by the cost of raw

materials, working with tight margins and a constant

technological effort to improve products and the efficiency

of processes.

Any major increase in the competitiveness of the companies

requires the adoption of transport and logistical

improvements.

The most important sub sectors in the Chemical Sector of

the Basque Autonomous Community are:

A.1.- Basic Organic Chemicals: notably the production of

coal-tar pitch and other products derived from the distillation

of tar.

A.2.- Basic Inorganic Chemicals: Manufacture of inorganic

acids, such as sulphuric or nitric acid, and the

electrochemical production of chlorine, soda and

hydrogen.

A.3.- Primary plastic materials: As the production of polyvinyl

chloride or polystyrene.

A.4.- Manufacture of industrial gases by air partitioning:

firms dedicated to producing gases such as oxygen,

nitrogen, carbon dioxide or noble gases, aimed at a

variety of sectors, with hundreds of different applications,

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but in particular the engineering industry, welding or

hospital medicine.

B) Industrial Chemicals

The Industrial Chemical Industry or Intermediate Chemical

sector is made up of firms who provide active ingredients

for use in other industrial sectors, using products

formulated from raw materials coming from the Basic

Chemical sector.

The composition is vital for the end function, and on

occasions, the only factor families of products, making up

the supply of the companies, have in common is that they

are going to a specific industrial sector.

The products have a higher value added and are frequently

developed by a particular client with an influence over the

design and make-up. Technical service offered to the

customers, in product applications and handling, is a vital

part of the offer.

The presence of SMEs in the sub sector is higher than in

the Basic Chemical Sector, and they remain in the market

by offering a service closely adapted to the needs of the

particular cl ients, with very high loyalty rates.

They stand out in a non-exhaustive count for the product

destination:

B.1 Foundry and metal-work chemicals: Specialised in

supplying all types of chemical products used by the foundry

industry, such as resins for moulding sand cores, catalysers,

sleeves, refractive paints, etc.

B.2 Chemicals for Graphic Arts: Dedicated to the broad

range of chemical products required for printing on paper,

plastics (e.g. packaging) or on metals. Both the inks and

the other special additives and hygienic lacquers for covering

the inside of cans are traded.

B.3 Chemicals for Construction and Civil Engineering: Firms

producing a wide range of decorative paints, Sealants,

bonding agents, etc. And particularly the production of

explosives for mining, quarries and civil engineering works.

B.4. Industrial Paints and Varnishes: The products are

destined at coating, protection and decoration for sectors

including the vehicle, domestic appliances or furniture

manufacturing sectors.

B.5. Chemicals for Water Treatment: Firms providing

additives for potability or products for purifying waste

water, both to industrial customers and public sewage

plants.

B0.6. Chemicals for the Paper Industry: The powerful

Basque paper-making sector is a major user of chemical

products in production, from conditioning the water to the

finish on the paper.

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B0.7. Industrial Detergents and Biocides: This consists

of firms dedicated to the formulation of cleaning products

for industry and catering, as well as those dedicated to

biocides.

B0.8. Additives and agents for transforming rubber and

plastic: Products and specialities aimed at the polymer

transformation industry using the following techniques:

moulding, extrusion, injection, etc.

C) Product Chemicals

The Product Chemical Industry includes products aimed at

the end consumer, be they domestic, pharmaceutical or

cosmetic.

It is a major sub sector in the country’s chemical industry,

but with a relatively lower incidence in the Basque Country,

occupying only 3.4% of the 216 registered establishments

in the whole of the Basque Chemical Industry.

This chemical sub sector has the greatest advertising

costs, and considerable need for constant innovation to

attract the consumer.

Of note are activities including:

C0.1. Pharmaceutical products: Chemical preparations

and substances aimed at health care and its trade in

chemists and medical centres.

C0.2. Cosmetics: Including for example, colognes, creams,

soaps, etc.

C.3 Chemicals for the home and the car: Detergents,

dishwasher soaps, air fresheners, oils and other car

products.

Perspectives of the Basque Chemical Industry

The Basque Chemical companies are aware of the great

prospects for the future, and are maintaining and increasing

their competitive capacity.

In this respect, the great majority of the company managers

agree that three main management plans mark the

competitiveness and ensure their survival and success in

the markets:

Firstly, the companies themselves stress that the future of

the Basque Chemical Industry is defined by the definition

of a differentiated product with considerable technological

content. The development of R & D & i activities aimed at

improving the standard product in favour of a product with

higher value added.

The European chemical companies, and thus the Basque

companies, are aware that the competitive capacity in

terms of cost is limited when compared to countries with

emerging economies. Low labour costs with reduced safety

and environmental measures are not obtainable given the

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social and environmental standards considered as basic in

the European Union.

The Basque chemical firms are developing lines of action

with a tendency to increase the value added of products,

differentiating them from the standard products with a low

technological content. The chemical product customer

does not only base purchases on price, but also takes into

account variables including safety and the environmental

balance of the product handling at its own facilities, known

as Product Stewardship.

Secondly, the Basque Chemical Industry adopts the belief

that the safety of individuals and of the installations is the

basis for socially responsible production. Prevention, training

and investment in the materials involved in the processes,

material products and safety teams, in addition to the

internal and external diffusion of safety and risk minimisation

are included among their chief concerns.

A third point guiding the management of the companies

aims to improve the sustainability of the chemical production,

on a social, economic and environmental plane, incorporating

those action plans representing improved products together

with a reduction in the environmental impact. Therefore,

following a complex legislation relevant to the different

areas in the company (product, processes, energy...) is

vital.

The Basque Chemical Industry has for a long time assumed

the maxim, proven with evidence, that safer and cleaner

companies are also, without exception, the most competitive.

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A) BASIC CHEMICALS

A.1 ORGANIC CHEMICALS

A.2 INORGANIC CHEMICALS

A.3 PRIMARY PLASTIC MATERIALS

A.4 INDUSTRIAL GASES

B) INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS

B.1 FOUNDRY AND METAL-WORK CHEMICALS

B.2 CHEMICALS FOR THE GRAPHIC ARTS

B.3 CHEMICALS FOR CONSTRUCTION AND CIVIL

ENGINEERING

B.4 INDUSTRIAL PAINTS AND VARNISHES

B.5 WATER TREATMENT CHEMICALS

B.6 CHEMICALS FOR THE PAPER INDUSTRY

B.7 INDUSTRIAL DETERGENTS AND BIOCIDES

B.8 ADDITIVES AND AGENTS FOR TRANSFORMING

RUBBER AND PLASTIC

C) PRODUCT CHEMICALS

C.1 PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS

C.2 COSMETICS

C.3 CHEMICALS FOR THE HOME AND THE CAR

Subsectores de Actividad

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Company search engine

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COMPANIES

A & B LABORATORIOS DE BIOTECNOLOGÍA • • • •

ACIDEKA, S.A. • •

ADHESIVOS PLÁSTICOS REUNIDOS, S.A. • •

AIR LIQUIDE ESPAÑA, S.A. •

ALAVESA DE BARNICES S.A • •

ASTAR, S.A. •

ASUA PRODUCTS S.A. • •

ARKEMA QUIMICA, S.A. • • •

ARKEMA QUIMICA, S.A. •

ATOTECH ESPAÑA, S.A. •

AUXILIAR INDUSTRIAL S.A. • •

AUXILIAR PAPELERA, S.A. • •

BAKELITE IBERICA, S.A. • •

BARNICES ERKIMI ZULOAGA, S.L. • •

BECA GRAFIC, S.A. •

BEFESA DE SULFURACIÓN, S.A. •

BEISSIER, S.A. •

BERNARDO ECENARRO, S.A. •

BGB GIOVANNI BOZZETO S.A •

BIAL INDUSTRIAL FARMACEUTICA, S.A. •

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BILBAINA DE ALQUITRANES, S.A. • •

BOSTLAN, S.A. •

CARBUROS METÁLICOS, S.A. • •

COLAS OTADUY, S.A. •

COMERCIAL TQ21, S.A. •

COQUINESA-CIA.QCO.IND.ESPAÑOLA,S.A. •

DIC COATNGS, S.L. • •

DOW CHEMICAL IBERICA S.L. • •

DTS OABE S.L. • •

ELECTROQUÍMICA DE HERNANI, S.A. • •

ENERGIA PORTATIL, S.A •

ESBER, S.A. • •

EUROCLOR S.A. • •

EUROSALQUI S.A. •

EXCLUSIVAS MARBIL, S.L. •

EXTECO, S.A. • •

FABRICA PROD.QUIMICOS SANA, S.A. •

FAES FARMA, S.A. •

FARVITAL, S.L. •

FERTIBERIA, S.A. •

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FIBRAS Y ELASTOMEROS, S.A. • •

FMC FORET, S.A. • •

FOSECO ESPAÑOLA, S.A. •

FOSROC EUCO, S.A. •

GENERAL QUÍMICA, S.A. • • • •

HUNOLT, S.A. •

IBERIA ASHLAND CHEMICAL, S.A. • • •

ICOA, S.A. • •

INDUSTRIAS EGA, S.A. • • •

INDUSTRIAS JUNO, S.A. • •

INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS EUROCOLOR, S.A. • •

INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS IRURENA, S.A. • •

INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS KUPSA S.L. • • •

INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS TEXTILES, S.A. •

INTEMAN, S.A. • • • • •

JABONES EL ABRA, S.A. • •

KIMBERLY-CLARK, S.L. • •

KLINER-METAL QUIMICA, S.A. •

KRAFFT, S.A. • •

LABORATORIOS ABAD, S.L. • •

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LABORATORIOS BILPER, S.A. • • •

LABORATORIOS XIMART, S.A. • •

LASCARAY S.A. • • •

LATEXIA IBERIA, S.L. • • •

LIXONE S.L. • •

LUMINIA, S.A. • • •

MAXIT, S.L. •

MORESBAY, S.L. • • •

NUBIOLA PIGMENTOS, S.L. • • •

OXINORTE OPERACIONES, S.A. • •

OYAR, S.A. • •

PEMCO ESMALTES, S.L. • •

PINTURAS BANAKA, S.A. • • •

PINTURAS OROPAL • • •

PINTURAS Y RECUBRIMIENT. URSAN, S.L. • • •

PIROTECNIA ASTONDOA, S.A. •

PRAXAIR ESPAÑA, S.L. • •

PRODUCTOS LÁZARO, S.A. • •

QUIDE S.A. • •

QUIMICA DE MUNGUIA, S.A. • •

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QUIMICA INDUSTRIAL DISOL, S.A. • • • • •

QUIVACOLOR, S.L. • •

RAISIO ECHEVESTE, S.A. •

RECKITTBENCKISER ESPAÑA, S.A. • • •

RHODIA IBERIA, S.A. • • • •

SIDASA •

SILQUIMICA, S.A. • • •

SMC-FOSECO PROD. FUNDICIÓN, S.A. • •

SUMINISTROS INDUSTRIALES ARBISA, S.L. •

SUN CHEMICAL, S.A. •

UNION ESPAÑOLA DE EXPLOSIVOS, S.A. • •

UNION EXP. ENSIGN-BICKFORD SISTEMAS •

VALENTIN HERRAN, S.A. •

ZORELOR, S.A. • • • •

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ACIDEKA, S.A.

GRAN VÍA, 42-1º[email protected]+34 944236899

www.acideka.com+34 944231698

A&B LABORATORIOS DE BIOTECNOLOGÍA, S.A.

PADULETA, ESQUINA JUNDIZPARQ IND. JUNDIZ01015 VITORIA-GASTEIZ

[email protected]+34 945291616

www.ab-laboratorios.com+34 945292939

48011 BILBAO

ADHESIVOS PLASTICOS REUNIDOS, S.A. (COLAS BAKAR)

Bº Txako, s/n - Crta. Bilbao-Burgos, Km. 11 [email protected]+34 946714080

www.bakar.es+34 94671401248480 ARRIGORRIAGA

AL AIR LIQUIDE ESPAÑA, S.A.

Parque Tecnologico, parcela [email protected]+34 944318050

www.airliquide.com+34 94452302748170 Zamudio

ALAVESA DE BARNICES S.A.

Cmno. del Prado [email protected] +34 945601836

www.alaba.es+34 94562213601320 OION

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ARKEMA QUIMICA, S.A.

BARRIO EPELE, [email protected]+34 943550800

www.arkemagroup.es+34 943552296

ASUA PRODUCTS, S.A.

Crta Sangróniz, 18-20

48150 SONDIKA

[email protected]+34 944535206

www.asua.com+34 944533566

20120 HERNANI

ARKEMA QUIMICA, S.A.

APDO. DE CORREO [email protected]+34 944982191

www.arkemagroup.es+34 94498218748080 BILBAO

ATOTECH ESPAÑA, S.A.

C/ Ribera de Axpe, [email protected]+34 944803000

+34 94480301248950 ERANDIO

AUXILIAR INDUSTRIAL, S.A.

BARRIO BOROA, S/[email protected]+34 946730858

www.ilarduya.com+34 94673345448340 AMOREBIETA

ASTAR, S.A.

CRTA. SANGRONIZ, 30

48150 SONDIKA

[email protected]+34 944531598

www.astar.es+34 944531612

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BAKELITE IBÉRICA, S.A.

POLIGONO INDUSTRIAL LANTARÓ[email protected]+34 945332744

www.bakelite.es+34 944231698

BAKELITE IBÉRICA, S.A.

CRTA. NAVARRA - EPELE, 39

20120 HERNANI

[email protected]+34 943335486

www.bakelite.es

01213 SALCEDO - LANTARÓN

BARNICES ERKIMI ZULOAGA, S.L.

C/ Tartanga, 39 [email protected]+34 944676637

+34 94467025148950 ERANDIO

BECA GRAFIC, S.A.

SABINO ARANA, S/[email protected]+34 946680061

www.becagrafic.com+34 94668131948990 BERANGO

BEFESA DESULFURACIÓN, S.A.

BUEN PASTOR, S/[email protected]+34 944970066

www.befesa.es+34 94497024048903 BARAKALDO

AUXILIAR PAPELERA, S.A.

CRTA. GENERAL, S/[email protected]+34 943653028

www.auxiliarpapelera.com+34 94365149420260 ALEGRIA

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BGB GIOVANNI BOZZETTO S.A.

POLIGONO INDUSTRIAL LANTARÓ[email protected]+34 945333105

www.bozzetto.it+34 945333335

BERNARDO ECENARRO, S.A.

POL. IND. SAN LORENZO

20870 ELGOIBAR

[email protected]+34 943742800

www.bernardoecenarro.com+34 943740603

01213 SALCEDO - LANTARÓN

BIAL INDUSTRIAL FARMACEUTICA, S.A.

ALAMEDA URQUIJO, 27 - 1º[email protected]+34 944438000

www.bial.pt+34 94443801648008 BILBAO

BILBAINA DE ALQUITRANES, S.A.

OBISPO OLAECHEA, [email protected]+34 944970020

www.bilbaina.com+34 94499972148903 LUCHANA

BOSTLAN, S.A.

Bº TROBIKA, [email protected]+34 946744213

www.bostlan.com+34 94674424048100 MUNGIA

BEISSIER, S.A.

TXIRRITA MALEO, 14

20100 RENTERIA

[email protected]+34 902100250

+34 902100249

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COMERCIAL TQ21 S.L

SAN BLAS, 9 - Pb. [email protected]+34 945465020

www..tq21.es+34 945465907

COLAS OTADUY, S.A.

PG.27 - PS.UBARBURU, 70

20014 DONOSTIA - SAN SEBASTIÁN

+34 943469066

www.otaduy.com+34 943469734

01170 LEGUTIANO

COQUINESA-CIA.QCO.IND.ESPAÑOLA,S.A.

SANTUCHU, 28 - 1º [email protected]+34 944339982

http://www.coquinesa.es+34 94433495448004 BILBAO

CROMODURO DIVERSIFICACIÓN, S.L.

LERSUNDI, 9 - 2º[email protected]+34 944232225

www.cromoduro.com+34 94423376148009 BILBAO

DIC COATING, S.L.

POL. IND. EL CAMPILLO II, Parcela 5diccoatings @diccoatings.com+34 946361999

www.diccoatings.com+34 94636345148500 GALLARTA - ABANTO

CARBUROS METALICOS, S.A.

BARRIO DEL CHACO, S/[email protected]+34 946719200

www.carburos.com+34 94671211548480 ARRIGORRIAGA

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ELECTROQUIMICA DE HERNANI, S.A.

AVDA. DE MADRID, 13 - 1º+34 943451140

+34 943453965

DTS OABE S.L.

POL. IND. ZABALE, PARC 3

48410 OROZKO

[email protected]+34 946330655

+34 946339582

20011 SAN SEBASTIÁN

ENERGIA PORTATIL, S.A

ARQUITECTO LIZAUR, [email protected]+34 943780352

www.grupocegasa.com+34 94378019820560 OÑATI

ESBER, S.A.

CAMINO DE ZUBILETA, [email protected]+34 944994899

www.estevid.com+34 94490379148903 BARACALDO

EUROCLOR S.A.

P.I. LITUTXIPI, S/[email protected]+34 945300376

www.euroclor.es+34 94531201401200 SALVATIERRA

DOW CHEMICAL IBERICA, S.L.

RIBERA DE AXPE, S/N

48950 ERANDIO

+34 944817000

www.dow.com+34 944630414

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EXTECO, S.A.

POLIGONO. IND. ITZIAR - PB [email protected]+34 943199006

+34 943199036

EXCLUSIVAS MARBIL, S.L.

POLIGONO INDUSTRIAL ERLETXE,C/ C Nav. 1248960 GALDAKAO

[email protected]+34 944573218

+34 944571155

20820 DEBA - GIPUZKOA

FABRICA PROD.QUIMICOS SANA, S.A.

PASEO DE LA ESTACION, S/[email protected]+34 944920011

+34 94492305048510 TRAPAGARAN

FAES FARMA, S.A.

MÁXIMO AGUIRRE, [email protected]+34 944818300

www.faes.es+34 94481830148940 LEIOA

FARVITAL, S.L.

PG.UGALDETXO, PARCELA [email protected]+34 943490389

www.lcarasa.com+34 94349298020180 OIARTZUN

EUROSALQUI S.A.

CMNO SANTA LUCIA, S/[email protected]+34 945622087

www.eq-barnices.es+34 94460145401320 OION

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FMC FORET, S.A.

B. SAN MARTÍN, [email protected]+34 944525050

www.fmcforet.com+34 944521146

FIBRAS Y ELASTOMEROS, S.A.

EL JUNCAL, S/NEDIF. FUENTES, 2º - LOCAL 1148510 TRAPAGARAN

[email protected]+34 944180011

www.monterofye.com+34 944189183

48170 ZAMUDIO

FOSECO ESPAÑOLA, S.A.

Bº ELIZALDE, 5+34 946202500

www.foseco.es+34 94620377348213 IZURZA

FOSROC EUCO, S.A.

GASTEIZ BIDEA, [email protected]+34 946811516

www.fosroc.com+34 94681515048213 IZURZA

GENERAL QUIMICA, S.A.

CTRA. MIRANDA-PUENTELARRA, KM 4,[email protected]+34 945332145

www.gequisa.es+34 94533288801214 ZUBILLAGA-LANTARON

FERTIBERIA, S.A.

BUEN PASTOR, S/N

48903 BARAKALDO

[email protected]+34 944904100

www.fertiberia.es+34 944850557

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ICOA, S.A.

Ctra. N-240 Vitoria-Bilbao, Km [email protected]+34 945465533

www.icoa.es+34 945465659

IBERIA ASHLAND CHEMICAL, S.A.

Bº URETA, S/N

01474 ARTZINIEGA

+34 945396868

www.ashland.com+34 945396463

01170 LEGUTIANO

INDUSTRIAS EGA S.A.

C/ CAMPO DE LOS PALACIOS [email protected]+34 945136737

www.pinturasega.com+34 94514052901006 VITORIA-GASTEIZ

INDUSTRIAS JUNO, S.A.

Bº SACONI, S/[email protected]+34 944670062

www.juno.es+34 94467583248950 ERANDIO

INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS EUROCOLOR, S.A.

Bº AGUIRRE, 5+34 946710399

+34 94671136248480 ARRIGORRIAGA

HUNOLT, S.A.

CL.SEMPERE, 14+34 943882150

www.hunolt.com+34 94388861520200 BEASAIN

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INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS TEXTILES, S.A.

Bº.SORAVILLA, S/[email protected]+34 943304242

www.inquitex.com+34 943304084

INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS KUPSA S.L.

CTRA. LOGROÑO-PAMPLONA KM. 2

01320 OION

[email protected]+34 945622152

www.kupsa.es+34 945622234

20140 ANDOAIN

INTEMAN S.A.

C/ LERMANDABIDE 23 P.I. JÚ[email protected]+34 945292116

www.inteman.com+34 94529033101015 VITORIA-GASTEIZ

JABONES EL ABRA, S.A.

DR. DIAZ EMPARANZA, [email protected]+34 944216236

48002 BILBAO

KIMBERLY CLARK, S.L.

BARRIO BARROETAGUREN S/[email protected]+34 945398100

www.kcprofessional.com+34 94539810101474 ARTZINIEGA

INDUSTRIAS QUIMICAS IRURENA, S.A.

CR.TOLOSA, S/N

20730 AZPEITIA

[email protected]+34 943157099

www.irurena.com+34 943810911

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LABORATORIOS ABAD, S.L.

POKOPANDEGI BIDEA, [email protected]+34 943216977

+34 943218130

KRAFFT, S.L.

CR.URNIETA, S/N

20140 ANDOAIN

[email protected]+34 943410400

www.krafft.es+34 943410440

20018 DONOSTIA -SAN SEBASTIAN

LABORATORIOS BILPER, S.A.

AVDA. PINOA, [email protected]+34 944520007

www.bilper.es+34 94452132948170 ZAMUDIO

LABORATORIOS XIMART, S.A.

POLIG. MARTIARTU, CA. 1, PAR. [email protected]+34 946713700

www.ximart.com+34 94671394348480 ARRIGORRIAGA

LASCARAY S.A.

Ptal. de Arriaga [email protected]+34 945265088

www.productoslea.com+34 94526767701013 VITORIA-GASTEIZ

KLINER-METAL QUIMICA, S.A.

C/ GEREZPEA 14 [email protected]+34 945292010

www.autokliner.com+34 94529200901015 VITORIA-GASTEIZ

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LUMINIA, S.A.

ZN.INDL., SECTOR 2, [email protected]+34 943694004

+34 943694032

LIXONE, S.L.

IBAIONDO INDUSTRIGUNEA, 11

20150 ADUNA

[email protected]+34 943691280

www.lixone.com+34 943691254

20159 ASTEASU

MAXIT, S.L.

ARITZ BIDEA, 103+34 946740904

www.arlita.es+34 94674446648100 MUNGUIA

MORESBAY, S.L.

POL. IND. BAKIOLA, 52 - [email protected]+34 946482399

+34 94648232648498 ARRANKUDIAGA

NUBIOLA PIGMENTOS S.L.

C/ VITORIA, [email protected]+34 946720570

www.nubiola.com+34 94672464601400 LLODIO

LATEXIA IBERIA, S.L.

FABRICA GUTURRIBAY

48960 GALDACANO

[email protected]+34 944571048

www.raisiogroup.com+34 944570039

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PEMCO ESMALTES S.L.

AVDA. DE OLARIZU S/[email protected]+34 945158030

www.pemco-intl.com+34 945158040

OYAR, S.A.

POL. BAKIOLA, S/N

48498 ARRANKUDIAGA

[email protected]+34 946481662

www.oyar.com+34 946481823

01006 VITORIA-GASTEIZ

PINTURAS BANAKA, S.A.

POLIGONO EL CAMPILLO Nº [email protected]+34 946360018

+34 94636000548509 ABANTO-ZIERBENA

PINTURAS OROPAL

Póligono Industrial Ergoien. Alto de [email protected]+34 943551600

www.oropal.com+34 94333045220120 URNIETA

PINTURAS Y RECUBRIMIENTOS URSAN, S.L.

POLÍG. IND. AURRERÁ, 39 (2ª MANZANA)[email protected]+34 944721720

+34 94472174748510 TRAPAGARAN

OXINORTE OPERACIONES, S.A.

BUEN PASTOR, S/[email protected]+34 944970644

www.oxinorte.com+34 94499603448903 BARACALDO

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PRODUCTOS LAZARO S.A.

CRTA. DE LOGROÑO, [email protected]+34 945622211

www.productos-lazaro.com+34 945622229

PRAXAIR ESPAÑA, S.L.

BUEN PASTOR, S/N

48903 BARACALDO

[email protected]+34 944971599

www.praxair.es+34 944903832

01320 OYON - ALAVA

QUIDE, S.A.

POL. IND. ITZIAR - [email protected]+34 943199144

www.quideva.com+34 94319900120820 DEBA

QUIMICA DE MUNGUIA, S.A.

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IRUPAGO, S/N

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[email protected]+34 946739016

www.pastondoa.com+34 946317140

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RECKITTBENCKISER ESPAÑA, S.A.

BARRIO ARANGUTI, S/N+34 944892800

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RAISIO ECHEVESTE, S.A.

AVDA. SAN SEBASTIÁN, 11

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01170 LEGUTIANO

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SIDASA

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SILQUIMICA S.A

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QUIVACOLOR, S.L.

PG.IND. .ICIAR - PARCELA [email protected]+34 943199294

www.quivacolor.com+34 94319935420820 DEBA

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UNION ESPAÑOLA DE EXPLOSIVOS, S.A.

FABRICA DE ZUAZO+34 944577200

www.ueec.es+34 944566427

SUN CHEMICAL PRISMA, S.A.

CRTA. CANTERA BECOECHEVARRI

48950 ASUA

+34 944022747

www.sunchemical.com+34 944711182

48960 GALDACANO

UNION EXPLOSIVOS ENSIGN-BICKFORD SISTEMAS DE INICIACIÓN, S.L

FABRICA DE ZUAZO+34 944577200

+34 94456642748960 GALDACANO

VALENTIN HERRAN, S.A.

CRTA. BASURTO-CASTREJANA, [email protected]+34 944980012

+34 94486010348013 BILBAO

ZORELOR, S.A.

C/ ZURRUPITIETA 24 P.I. JÚ[email protected]+34 945292500

www.zorelor.es+34 94529003101015 VITORIA-GASTEIZ

SMC-FOSECO PRODUCTOS FUNDICIÓN, S.A.

IGORREKO INDUSTRIALDEA, E-7

48140 IGORRE

+34 946315393

www.foseco.es+34 946315587