Fecc announces launch of new website

Brussels, 7 February 2020 - Fecc is pleased to announce the launch of its brand-new website. The new homepage offers a fresh, modern and smartphone-optimised design with an easy, intuitive navigation and all kinds of information about chemical value chains in general and distribution in particular. The “look & feel” of the new Fecc homepage mirrors the association´s strong commitment to deliver relevant news and regular, easy-to-understand updates in a visual, well-organized way for daily use to its membership and all other interested audiences.

Fecc Director General Dorothee Arns comments: “At Fecc, we are excited to launch our new website and are convinced that it will serve as a useful, informative portal for our members and the whole industry community to get a better understanding of chemical distribution and what our sector can offer.”

Fecc’s new website mirrors the new association vision to become the go-to place for all players in and around chemical distribution. It will be regularly updated with fresh new contents and enriched with further interactive elements in the course of time as well as with diverse information-conveying formats.

Visitors can explore the new site by visiting, where they can also find more detailed information about the sector, the association´s working program and on the continuously increasing number of Fecc webinars, workshops and other events such as the upcoming Annual Congress in Milan from 27 to 29 May.

Fecc is also very active on LinkedIn and Twitter (@FeccEurope).

Press contact:
Michela Pichereddu – Communications Manager
Email: – Tel. +32 2 6790262

About Fecc

Fecc is the voice of the Chemical Distribution Industry in Europe. With a membership of companies and national associations, Fecc represents around 1,600 companies, many of which are small and medium sized companies (SMEs).
Fecc and its members contribute to innovation and sustainability besides adding value in the supply chain, by sourcing, developing, marketing, customizing and distributing a wide range of specialty chemicals and ingredients to over one million downstream users. Segments served are ranging from automotive, electronics, paint, construction to pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food and nutrition industries, each with their own specialised needs.The Chemical distribution industry in Europe employs more than 30,000 people in highly-qualified jobs and has an annual sales leverage of approximately €28 billion.