On September 19th 2017, Inventec had the pleasure to invite its trustful customers, distributors and partners in the the presence of the French ambassador in Malaysia Mr Frédéric Laplanche and the Deputy Director General Department of Environment of Malaysia. Mr Tuan Haji Ismail Bin Ithnin for the inaugurated its new plant in Kajang, celebration of their 20th anniversary in Malaysia.
Mr Pierre-Etienne Dehon, President of the Dehon Group mentioned how grateful the company is for their
dynamic support during the last 20 years and reminded that Inventec remains very focused on developing innovative solutions. Mr Rollet, Inventec Managing Director, has also highlighted the help and support brought by the French and the Malaysian government to the UN Montreal Protocol Project to help SME’s getting out of CFC cleaning.
Meanwhile, H.E Laplanche, French ambassador, congratulated Inventec for its success in Malaysia and highlighted the good example of Inventec getting greener and contributing to the climate change fight.
The ambassador oncluded by declaring that « France wants to emulate this kind of example.”
Inventec is an international specialty chemicals company and is the «high-technology industries» division of the Dehon group. It formulates "high tech" products for manufacturing parts in aeronautics, medical,
electronics (soldering products, coating, cleaning)but also sells technical gases for polyurethane foams and energy markets.
The currently operate in 10 countries. Inventec owns subsidiaries in Malaysia and Benelux, China, Germany, Hungary, Mexico, Spain and United States. But, above all, Inventec is an SME, possessing the agility of human-sized companies.
Its local roots enable it to streamline its logistics and to provide close technical support.
Inventec takes a proactive positioning on environment and their Greenway approach consists of substitution of toxic substances in their formulations and in the reduction of F-Gas emission