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HALCOR is a large-scale modern industrial company with over sixty years of expertise in metal processing. It holds a significant position in European and global markets, with four modern plants, three in Greece and one in Bulgaria. The company is engaged in producing and marketing of rolled and extruded copper products, copper alloys and rolled zinc products.

The company is dedicated to the attainment of high quality. It has ISO 9001:2000 certification, uses state-of-the-art technology and employs specialist personnel. Substantial continuous investment in research and know-how development allows the company to create innovative new products, which contribute to the company’s aim of being the constant leader.

At the same time, HALCOR is committed to sustainable development and environmental protection: its production processes are regulated by an Environmental Management System with ISO 14001 certification. One of the five production facilities has obtained the ecological label "EMAS".

With the aim of total satisfaction of all its customer’s needs, the company focuses on reliability and rapid response to demand. It provides exceptional support for its products, which are distributed to more than fifty countries worldwide.
HALCOR combines size, strength and infrastructure with vision to put metals at the service of Man. HALCOR is the largest recycler of copper and alloys in Greece recycling approximately 100.000 tons of scrap annually, including the internal returns from the various company plants.

Benefits of recycling copper and its alloys:

Copper can be recycled continuously without any loss of its properties. Considering the production of primary copper ore, recycling copper has the following advantages:

Prevents the emission of hazardous gases such as sulfur dioxide, dust, etc.·

Saves approximately 85% of the energy (requires 3 times less electricity and 2.5 times less heat), which applies whenever recycled, saves about 75% of CO2 emissions, significantly contributing to the global effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.