Hellog energy and equipment is the leading distributor and supplier of Industrial chemicals in Nigeria, we have expanded our expertise over the years,. As distributors of leading multinational & domestic petrochemical companies, we distribute their products across Nigeria reaching out to customers in multitude verticals. Our work culture is based on ethical values, Fair Trade Practices and commitment to supply quality chemicals on time; this lead us to establish branches in leading business centers in Nigeria and we have grown as a result. Recognized as one of the most preferred chemical suppliers, the list of our clientele has grown above 1200 customers since 2013.
We represent major chemical and petrochemical manufacturers like Exxon Mobil, Shell, Lyondell Basel, GNFC, GSFC EPOCHEM etc.; as their authorized distributor we offer their Industrial Portfolios, to our customers.
Over the years, we acquired clear business knowledge and expertise, and on forecasting opportunities, we ventured into manufacture of high end specialty chemicals in the year 2016. As chemical manufacturers our divisions design and deliver specific solutions that target the exact requisites of clients.
Hellog energy and equipment division for Chemicals is a leading raw materials and speciality chemicals distribution firm based in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Calabar and Abuja. We are primarily focused on the Oil and Gas Sector where we market Products and Services on behalf of top-tier U.S., European and Asian manufacturers. We also supply and distribute cleaning and maintenance chemiclas
In addition to Oil and Gas, Hellog energy and equipment Chemicals dividion is also active in the, Health, Food, Construction, Metal Mechanic Industry, Automotive, Plastic, Detergent, Painting, Textile and Paper Industries.
Positioned to meet your requirements we have our Customer Services & Sales Teams in place to support your business needs. We offer full support from our base in Lagos, as well as area Sales support from our team operating across the country having a local Sensitivity with a Global Perspective.
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