The latest news from Haltermann Carless
Read through what’s been going on at Haltermann Carless and find links to the HCS Group for the latest group information.
The British Touring Car Championship will use Hiperflo® R20, a newly designed racing fuel with 20% renewable components, for the 2022 to 2026 seasons.
With the completion of the new hydrogenation plant at the German site in Speyer, Haltermann Carless will become the largest Cyclopentane producer worldwide. New capacity volumes will be available to.
Haltermann Carless, a company of HCS Group, receives Gold status and belongs to the top 5% companies assessed by EcoVadis CSR.
A MoU between HCS Group and Gevo provides for Haltermann Carless manufcturing site in Speyer to produce renewable hydrocarbons, advanced biofuels, and low-carbon Sustainable Aviation Fuel (“SAF”) by.
Agility Chemical Logistics and HCS Group have built a strong strategic partnership to offer optimised customer-focused supply chain solutions for Haltermann Carless customers.
After a six-month interruption, construction work on the new hydrogenation plant at Haltermann Carless's production site in Speyer will continue. The plant is scheduled for completion in Q4 2021.
Dr. Harald Dialer has joined HCS Group as Chief Commercial Officer. He will be part of the Executive Committee and Management Board.
Haltermann Carless installed a 70 MT tank at the Speyer site in Germany, the last major component for the new hydrogenation unit.
In his interview with CHEManager, CEO Henrik Krüpper talks about tradition, key success factors and growth plans for his company.