History

Feralco Nordic AB is part of Feralco Group, which manufactures and markets inorganic coagulants for water and wastewater treatment for municipalities, pulp and paper and other industries in Europe.

Feralco Group was formed in January 2001 following the takeover of the water treatment operations in British companies, Alcan and Laporte. The group now has companies and production units in Sweden, UK, Germany, Netherlands, France, Italy, Switzerland, Spain and Turkey. The number of employees is 187 and turnover is about SEK 916 million. Feralco Group is privately owned and is included in Mellby Gård Group.

In 2004 NIN Treatment's operations in Sölvesborg was was acquired, consisting of tank terminal for chemicals and oil products, and Feralco Nordic AB was formed. In the terminal area, a plant for the production of aluminum and iron-based precipitate salts was built. In addition to this operation of the terminal business continued, including handling, storage and distribution of hydrochloric acid, lye and vegetable oils.

2010 Feralco AB acquired Akzo Nobel plant for production of polyaluminium chloride in Vetlanda, which created the structure of the company today.

In recent years, Feralco AB also developed significant sales of polymers.