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Salmon is a company from Portugal, for Portugal. Taking on the complex economic challenges of our times, we are strongly committed to supporting national productivity. We want to take part in the solution.

Innovations in the TPE Market – A Presentation by Kraiburg TPE

30 Sep 2022

On September 20th and 21st 2022, Kraiburg and Salmon partnered up to organize intimate events to present the latest innovations in the TPE market, to which Kraiburg is exclusively dedicated. Leiria The first event took place in Leiria, with the…

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SOY: AN HISTORICAL PRODUCT WITH GREAT FUTURE

03 Aug 2022

Soy belongs to the same family as beans, lentils and peas. Its use as food goes back at least 4000 years, as recorded in China and Japan. It became a staple food in the Far East, and since then it…

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Flame retardants

09 Jun 2022

Flame retardants (FR) are used in plastic components to make them fire resistant. Their use is critical when plastic is in contact with electric currents over 24 volts, as they inhibit combustion in case of a short circuit, or when…

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Titanium Dioxide: key pigment for the coatings industry

23 Feb 2022

Titanium dioxide (TiO2) assures whiteness, opacity and shine to paints and other coatings. Due to its central role in these industries, Salmon has strengthened its position as a key TiO2 distributor in Portugal. We have partnered with Shandong Jinhai Titanium…

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Cricket Protein: are insects our future?

04 Oct 2021

The growing demand for protein sources over the last decades has put enormous pressure on the livestock sector, whose carbon footprint is increasing. Therefore, raising livestock has had a growing impact on climate change, deforestation, loss of biodiversity and water…

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Life Impetus Project: Removal of Pharmaceutical Contaminants in Wastewater

02 Jul 2021

Life Impetus was a project coordinated by LNEC (Portugal’s National Laboratory of Civil Engineering) that aimed to assess the usefulness of activated carbon in removing pharmaceutical contaminants in Faro’s wastewater treatment plant. The study covered 20 pharmaceutical contaminants, some of…

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