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Unipar Indupa SAIC

Unipar Indupa SAIC

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  • Price (ARS)22.75
  • Today's Change0.00 / 0.00%
  • Shares traded5.00
  • 1 Year change0.00%
  • Beta--
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About the company

Unipar Indupa SAIC, formerly known as Solvay Indupa SAIC, is an Argentina-based company primarily involved in the chemical industry. The Company specializes in the production, distribution and sale of emulsion and suspension polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resins, which are used in the construction, automotive, consumer goods, packaging and healthcare industries. It also produces such industrial chemicals as caustic soda and vinyl chloride monomer (VCM). The Company operates two production plants located in Bahia Blanca, Argentina and Santo Andre, Brazil. The Company owns two subsidiaries, Solvay Indupa do Brasil SA and Solalban Energia SA.

  • Revenue in ARS (TTM)25.00bn
  • Net income in ARS-1.14bn
  • Incorporated1948
  • Employees383.00
  • Location
    Unipar Indupa SAICcalle Juana Manso 555 7 piso DBUENOS AIRES 1107ArgentinaARG
  • Phone+54 1 143162300
  • Fax+54 1 143162390
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