Who we are


AromaChimie engages a leading position as a subsidiary of a manufacturing investment cooperation ZK Group in the Agricultural, Petroleum, Chemical and the Mining industry since 1983. We are directed by a strategy to produce and supply consistent quality products to all major markets including Farming, Oil & Gas, Construction and Cosmetics. AromaChimie is currently present and has industrial footprint in 26 countries globally.

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Our Industries


Virtually one in two objects in our everyday living life consumes one or more products manufactured from at least one of our four major industries.

cow on farm

Agricultural

AromaChimie supplies nutrition for farming and livestock industries. We proudly make pesticides, fertilizers, milk replacers, concentrated and complete feed, vitamins and minerals available for our industrious farmers.

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chemical

Chemical

AromaChimie supplies from its CAS approved laboratories Sodium silicate, Soda Ash, Water Glass and Sodium carbonate for the applications of construction, Cosmetics, food, automotive, glass, oil and gas drilling, domestic & industrial chemicals

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Mineral

Mineral

AromaChimie supplies from its own mines iron ores, barite, bentonite, natural bitumen, gilsonite for the applications of steel production, asphalt and road paving, paint production, membrane, oil and gas drilling

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Industrial zone, Steel pipelines, valves and ladders

Petroleum & Petrochemical

AromaChimie supplies penetration bitumen, Air-blown bitumen, waxes and industrial oils for the applications of oil & gas, rubber, polymers, roads, membranes, lubricants, pharmaceutical, domestic and industrial applications and cosmetics.

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Latest News


Feb 20, 2018

Global vitamin shortage sparks feed supply fears


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Livestock farmers should prepare for higher feed prices amid a global shortage of vitamin A and E due to manufacturing complications overseas, industry experts warn. Early indications suggest a small price lift on finished feed, with one source expecting a £2-£4/t increase, Farmers Weekly has learned.

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Feb 20, 2018

Surge in wholesale egg prices making it costlier than chicken


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Surge in wholesale egg prices making it costlier than chicken The oval egg, once advertised as the best square meal in the world, has become dearer by 40 percent at retail shops in last 20 days

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Feb 20, 2018

Vitamin C prices triple in a year’s time


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KANSAS CITY — The Chinese government has taken regulatory action to clean up its air, and it’s causing vitamin C prices to go sky high, rising as much as 300% over a year. While vitamin distributors estimate China produces about 95% of the world’s vitamin C, it is used globally as an ingredient in foods, beverages […]

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Feb 23, 2016

Iron ore prices climb to highest in three months


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Iron ore is making a quiet comeback. Prices have climbed to the highest in three months as steel makers in China start to boost output after the Lunar New Year break and the biggest miners post slower growth in supply. Ore with 62% content advanced 1.7% to $47.14 a dry tonne on Thursday, the highest […]

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Feb 23, 2016

The Collapse in Crude Oil and Refined Products Pricing


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Price volatility on the global commodity markets is an accepted fact of life, but when does short-term volatility become a trend, and what are the underlying causes behind that trend? It is hard enough to analyze those effects in mainstream oil markets because of the wide separation between cost and value, but even more challenging […]

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Feb 23, 2016

Demand is changing in the bitumen market


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The supply and demand for bitumen around the world is changing; refineries, suppliers and contractors must all make changes too – Kristina Smith reports These are interesting times for those supplying and buying bitumen. Almost every part of the picture is in flux: global demand is shifting dramatically; major suppliers are following demand; refineries are […]

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