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05.03.2021, Alzchem

Melflock® Products – Paper Bags, Tissues and Food Boxes

The demand in the paper industry for Melflock® is increasing.

Paper is a natural and sustainable product. It is made of a renewable raw material and becomes more and more trendy. Tissues, kitchen rolls, paper bags, food boxes, card board packaging, all is based on a natural and renewable raw material. In the pulp and paper production the pulp is treated by auxiliaries to achieve different performances. Here our flocculation aids like our Melflock® products that are cationic dicyandiamide resins are applied.

 

The Melflock® products as well as their most important raw material dicyandiamide are produced in environmentally sound production processes in Germany. With our processes and the backwards integration, we offer a reliable and clean source for a sustainable and environmentally friendly application in the paper industry.

About Alzchem

AlzChem is a globally active specialty chemicals company that is predominantly among the market leaders in its fields of activity. AlzChem benefits in particular from the three very different global megatrends of sustainability, population growth and healthy aging. AlzChem products offer attractive solutions in a wide range of applications.

The company sees interesting growth prospects for itself above all in the fields of human and animal nutrition, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, fine chemicals, metallurgy and renewable energies. The broad product range includes, for example, dietary supplements, plant growth regulators and precursors for corona tests.

The company employs around 1,630 people at four production sites in Germany and Sweden, and at two sales companies in the USA and China. In 2020, AlzChem generated consolidated sales of around EUR 379 million and EBITDA of around EUR 53.8 million.

Here you can find further information about our product Melflock®

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