To become one of the top global leaders in sustainable chemistry, providing products and solutions with a reduced energy footprint.
Sustainability is at the heart of Target Chemicals’ market strategy; it is based on a systematic approach taking into account the expectations of our Customers and is built on financial, environmental and societal responsibility.
Target Chemicals understands that every task it tackles is a challenge with its own problems, but it also offers its own opportunities. Whether they involve finance, distribution, transport resources or simply the personal touch of confidence and dependability required to maintain close relationships with customers in one of the most difficult and volatile markets in the world.
Target Chemicals’ diversified customer base is an essential driver of its sustainable and profitable growth strategy. The company ranks among market leaders in most of its activities.
Target Chemicals’ philosophy is unaltered: realize sustained growth with leading positions and maintain a conservative financial structure.
Our strategy of sustainable and profitable growth is focused on the reinvestment of the proceeds from the sale of the wide range of chemicals in organic and sizeable external growth, focused on long-term value creation, by:
- Investing in high value-added activities and strategic projects in wide range chemicals.
- Continuing the geographic expansion into regions with growth potential.
- Pursuing the development of activities and new products with low energy footprint.
- Reducing the cyclicality of Target Chemicals’ portfolio of activities.
Target Chemicals boasts the ability to anticipate and quickly respond to market changes by using intimate knowledge of various countries and people. This is proven by the company's success in the sale and distribution of various raw materials to a large number of industries in the Mediterranean area, the Middle East and Africa.
Major manufacturers are becoming reliant on large distributors who are able to penetrate and to sell their products into new and often difficult markets mostly overseas, such a task has historically fallen to enterprising individuals and companies; people with personal resources, the capability to communicate with different cultures, the willingness to explore new areas, the breadth of vision to perceive a need, and most important of all, the ability to meet that demand