DGE - SMART SPECIALTY CHEMICALS

DGE is a pure player dedicated to marketing and distributing premium specialty chemicals and finished products for industrial applications throughout more than 27 European countries

ADVANCED MODEL

We provide "state of the art"​ services and operating facilities which enable our customers to boost their business performance. At local level, end clients benefit from the best standards of quality in terms of technical guidance, storage, delivery, aftersales operations and F & A services.

EUROPEAN PLAYER

Our market intelligence program provides clients, shareholders and members with access to up-to-date and detailed analytics to connect them to more than 80,000 end users across Europe.

DIGITAL DGE

Our digital market intelligence program, offers to our clients, shareholders and members up-to-date relevant data analytics to better access to more than 80.000 clients across Europe.

DGE FEATURED BRANDS

We deliver premium adhesives, sealants, high performance industrial lubricants and the best products for electronics from the following brands

DGE MEMBERS

DGE – Smart Specialty Chemicals was established in 1996 as Distributors Group Europe by some of the following european based specialty chemical distributors. 

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Italy
Antala-dge spain portugal uk
Spain & UK
mavom-logo
Benelux
Samaro-dge-france
France
costenoble dge germany
Germany
ulbrich-dge-austria
Eastern Europe
Denmark
tewipack dge germany
Germany
mercouris-dge-greece
Greece
ga-lindberg-chemtech dge sweden
Sweden
credimex dge switzerland
Switzerland
ytm-dge-finland
Finland
texma-dge-israel
Israel
endustri-tecnik-dge-turkey
Turkey
atf dge russia
Rusia
Sigerom-logo-dge-rumania
Romania

OUR LATEST NEWS, RESOURCES & UPDATES

Keep up to date with our latest news and blog posts. Find out what we’ve been doing and read about the latest industry trends.

SUPPLIER UPDATES

DGE REMARKABLE ACTIVITIES

INDUSTRY NEWS & TRENDS

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Silicone Transformer Liquid for the Energy Industry

Transformers perform an important part in power distribution networks. The transformer must manage inconsistent loads and potential faults in an array with other units. As the level of power increases, it is necessary to increase the operating voltage of transformers. As a result, manufacturers preferred more liquid-filled transformers in place of cast resin transformers.

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