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Tradecorp upgrades and expands its facilities for the synthesis of EDDHA in Spain

The renovations of the Ávila facilities (Spain) will allow Tradecorp to increase its synthesis of EDDHA by more than 30%, with the environmental objective to reduce energy consumption. The project, which began in mid-July, has already finished and the new facilities are fully functional.

This investment coincides with the extensive investment program for the improvement of Tradecorp facilities in Albacete and Ávila (Spain).  These renovations started in 2013 in response to an ever growing and more challenging demand for our products.

 

Factories with more efficient and environmentally-friendly technologies

The modernization and expansion of the facilities for the synthesis of EDDHA are accompanied by other investments in the Sanchidrián (Ávila) factory, including:

  • Updating the packaging process and implementing new equipment to optimize labeling and boxing
  • Strengthening health and safety measures
  • Optimizing processes and equipment for better environmental protection 

 

Tradecorp chelates: a top quality and maximum efficiency range

Tradecorp chelates have been formulated to guarantee the correct absorption and assimilation of the oligo-elements by the crops, by protecting the metals to avoid possible precipitation or insoluble products from forming, which could decrease their efficacy.

The products in our range are presented as micro-granules (WG), ensuring total and instant solubility, without forming lumps or sediments and guaranteeing a 100% chelation grade.  Tradecorp has a strict quality control procedure for each batch produced in order to guarantee the metal content in each product.

Tradecorp chelates are mainly sold under the commercial trademarks: Ultraferro (Fe-EDDHA), Tradecorp range (EDTA chelates) and Tradecorp AZ range (chemical mix of chelated micronutrients).