History

Over 120 years of experience

1895

Foundation of the German Ammonia sales organization to supply coking plants and the Ruhr industry with Sulphuric Acid

1895

1906

Foundation of the Sulphuric Acid Association in Germany

1918

Operation of 2 Sulphuric Acid plants in Bochum and Dusiburg (until 1970)

1918

1953

Foundation of the Ruhr-Schwefelsäure GmbH as management body of the Sulphuric Acid Association

1965

  • Foundation of Ruhrtrans GmbH (50 % owned by Ruhr-Schwefelsäure GmbH and 50% by Ruhr-Stickstoff AG
  • Foundation of Boliden Chemtrade Corporation (BCT) in Switzerland

1965

1972

Construction of storage tanks in Rotterdam by Boliden Chemtrade Corporation

1979

Start of Sulphur marketing for Veba Oil (today BP)

1979

1990

Change in shareholders of Ruhr-Schwefelsäure GmbH:
  • 40% Veba Oil,
  • 40% Stinnes/Brenntag (later replaced by Preussen Elektra),
  • 20% Ruhrkohle Handel

1997

Marsulex, Canada acquires Boliden Chemtrade Corporation (BCT)

1997

2001

BCT becomes part of Canadian Chemtrade Logistics Group as a result of a spin-off from Marsulex

2003

BP as new owner of Veba Oil AG outsources the Sulphur marketing. RAG Trading GmbH takes over all shares of Ruhr-Schwefelsäure GmbH

2003

2005

BCT acquires Ruhr-Schwefelsäure GmbH (and changes name to Kemmax) and Ruhrtrans

2010

Essen, Rotterdam and Zug change their names to Chemtrade Aglobis

2010

2017

Mitsui & Co., Ltd. acquires Chemtrade Aglobis. Chemtrade Aglobis was renamed to Aglobis
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Location
Switzerland

Aglobis AG
Grienbachstrasse 17
6300 Zug
Switzerland

Location
Germany

Aglobis GmbH
Friedrichstraße 47
45128 Essen
Germany

Location
The Netherlands

Aglobis B.V.
Moezelweg 75
3198 LS Europoort RT
Harbournumber 5530
The Netherlands

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