Esseco Italia Strengthens Industrial Production With Enartis’ Autonomy

Esseco Italia Srl, part of the Esseco Industrial division – which provides products and services for the organic and inorganic chemical industry, specializing in sulfur derivatives and chlor-alkalis -, is strengthening its position with a new organizational structure focused on production processes. This aims to better meet the needs of international markets through enhancements and investments dedicated to the San Martino di Trecate plant in Piemonte (Italy).

To effectively implement this enhancement, the Enartis brand, a leader in the global wine industry since 2003, becomes an independent company along with other enterprises within the oenological division of Esseco Group: Ever, Sofralab Groupe, and Italiana Biotecnologie.

The San Martino di Trecate site of Esseco Italia Srl will remain the main supplier of Enartis products and other brands within the oenological division,” says Roberto Vagheggi, General Manager of Esseco Industrial and CEO of the Chlor-Alkali division. “It benefits from cutting-edge food certifications and expertise in high-quality production management. The reorganization is necessary and strategic to continue the strengthening of industrial chemical productions. Esseco Italia Srl can now focus on planned significant investments to expand current production capacity and modernize the winemaking solutions production department to better meet market needs. These investments also aim to improve the sustainability of productions by reducing energy and water consumption and increasingly using renewable energy with zero carbon dioxide emissions.

The San Martino di Trecate site will continue its development in line with the ecological transition, benefiting from the current energy setup of the plant, which already, thanks to the thermal recovery of the combustion process, self-produces energy from zero carbon dioxide emission sources. Enartis products, 70% of which are manufactured here, will continue to maintain sustainability benefits associated with the site’s energy aspects.