Oleotecnica has been since the birth partner of many multinational companies in the oil sector and these partnerships have allowed it to realize a wide range of products.
Oleotecnica has built its success with targeted policies that have allowed it to achieve consolidated objectives over the years.
Two photovoltaic systems are installed on the roofs of our offices, the production systems and the warehouses of the plant generating an overall power of about 800 KWP.
The two different units, one equipped with monocrystalline silicon cells, the other with polycrystalline solar panels, allow achieving the highest electrical conversion rate both at high and low temperatures.
The photovoltaic systems cover an overall area of more than 6.000 square meters
With such systems, Oleotecnica has managed to self-produce almost 85% of its energy needs
These prerogatives enable Oleotecnica to satisfy a wide range of requests and carry out rapid and timely deliveries: from the 125 ml lubricator to the over 30.000-liter tanker lorry.
Oleotecnica products, in standard and special formulations, engineered to customer specifications, are supplied in traditional containers, in drums, in “IBC” (large 1.000 L barrels) or bulk in trailers of at least 4.000 L.
Technical support for lubrication datasheets development, health and safety plans, information datasheets for correct product use, also referred to the European standards and directives applicable to mineral oils.
Oleotecnica R&D laboratories are designed to create new products and to fulfill clients specific needs. Oleotecnica provides a systematic control of raw materials and formulated products, as well as monitoring the effective on-field performance of various products supplied to costumers.
Advice and assistance for customs clearance (formerly called U.T.F.) applied to correct handling of petroleum-based products, declarations of use, issue of authorizations.
New investments in production and mixing plant, in order to have more storage capacity and to be more competitive in the market.
The European Solvents Industry Group (ESIG) brings together Europe’s major producers of oxygenated and hydrocarbon solvents, including multinationals as well as small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).