June 3, 2020
Pares&Alvarez was awarded at the end of May, the detailed engineering and procurement management for the construction of the new Hydrogen Peroxide plant in charge of the company Peróxidos do Brasil Ltda., which will be located in the industrial park of Coronel, VIII Region.
According to the Commercial Manager of Pares&Alvarez, Andrés Jara, the development of the project will be carried out through teletabajo, while the sanitary contingency that today affects Chile and the world lasts. “We carried out this negotiation with people located in Belgium, Brazil and Chile, which shows that it is possible to operate successfully in this way. This experience is proof of the company’s human and technological capabilities, as we have been working remotely for two months now, delivering quality work with the same dedication to our clients,” he added.
The new project, which already has environmental permits, will allow the multinational company to expand its services for the forestry and mining industry, with a maximum production of 36,000 tonnes per year, and complement the hydrogen peroxide distribution terminal that currently operates with imported products from its plant located in Curitiba.
Pares&Alvarez is a company specialised in the development of industrial projects that seeks to support its clients in all phases of a project, from the conception of an idea, through the stages of pre-feasibility, feasibility, detailed engineering and complete project management, through its four business lines: Environment, Consulting, Engineering and Project Management.
About Peróxidos do Brasil
In the market since 1970, Peróxidos do Brasil is a national company, the result of a joint venture formed between the Brazilian group PQM and Solvay, a global industrial group of Belgian origin, leader in the chemical sector with low environmental impact. It is the largest Brazilian manufacturer of hydrogen peroxide, with a capacity of 180,000 tonnes per year, and has two logistics distribution and storage terminals: Peróxidos del Plata, in Argentina, and Peróxidos Andinos, in Chile.