versalis, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Italian oil company Eni, operates in the business of olefins and aromatics, basic intermediate products, polyethylene, polystyrene and elastomers. versalis is divided into four divisions: Basic Chemicals, Polyethylene, Styrenics and Elastomers.
versalis is changing its approach to marketing on a global scale, reinforcing its competitiveness after a series of mergers aimed at optimising and developing its business. It is the result of a 'focusing process' where it claims its strength lies in the integration from raw materials to production plants, from research laboratories to technology, up to the interface with the market so it can be regarded as a single supplier with finding solutions.
versalis's research is aimed at the perfection of new high-performance product lines, the development of innovative processes and the strengthening of proprietary technologies. In order to attain these objectives, versalis makes use of a team of about 700 researchers and technologists.
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Board of directors (Eni)
Chairman: Roberto Poli Chief executive officer: Paolo ScaroniDirector: Alberto Clo
Director: Paolo Andrea Colombo
Director: Paolo Marchioni
Director: Mario Resca
Director: Marco Reboa
Director: Pierluigi Scibetta
Director: Francesco Taranto
Executive directors (versalis)
Chairman: Domenico Dispenza
Chief executive officer: Daniele Ferrari
Eni (group headquarters)Piazzale Mattei, 1 00144 Rome Italy Tel: +39 06 59821 Fax: +39 06 5982 2141Email: firstname.lastname@example.org versalis
Piazza Boldrini, 120097 San DonatoMilanese (MI)ItalyTel: +39 02 5201 Fax: +39 02 5203 2300Email: email@example.com
Eni is the parent company of versalis. It is an integrated energy company, operating in the oil, natural gas, and petrochemicals industries as well as oilfield services and engineering. Eni, through versalis, operates in the business of olefins and aromatics, basic intermediate products, chlorine derivatives, polystyrenes and elastomers.
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versalis is changing its approach, at present it is fundamentally Europe-orientated, to marketing on a global scale, reinforcing its competitiveness after a series of mergers aimed at optimising and developing its business. The company hopes to remain on the move, constantly evolving and setting new, more functional standards - whilst all the time maintaining its usual commitments to the customer, the environment and quality. The focus will be to pursue the further rationalisation of this sector. (Edited from annual report and company website). ICIS also provides you with key financial data listed in table form.
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