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Hüttenes-Albertus – a member of the international foundry family

The roots of our company date back more than 100 years. Over all those decades, we have been consistently serving our customers: foundries all over the world.

As a long-standing, highly successful and global family-owned company, the HA Group has a strong international network of around 1,800 dedicated employees in more than 30 countries.

  • In 1905 Albertuswerke GmbH was founded in Hanover.
  • 1909: Beginning of Gebr. Hüttenes.
  • In 1970 the two companies merged to become Hüttenes-Albertus Chemische Werke GmbH.

Today, the Hüttenes-Albertus Group is present in more than 30 countries on all continents, with almost 1800 employees supplying customers all over the world with high-quality HA products, support and technical assistance.

The expansion of the HA Group complements the current production activity, thus strengthening its position as a world leader in the market of auxiliary materials for the castings industry.


Hüttenes-Albertus Romania SRL

In Romania, Hüttenes-Albertus started its activity as a representative office in June 1992, and in January 1999 Hüttenes-Albertus Romania SRL was born, with headquarters in Bucharest and delivery point in Pitești.

The main activity of Hüttenes-Albertus Romania is the marketing of foundry auxiliary materials produced by the parent company Hüttenes-Albertus Chemische Werke GmbH in Germany and its affiliated companies such as Chemex GmbH.

At the same time, Hüttenes-Albertus Romania supplies its customers with technical assistance and support for the products sold by its specialists.

In 2006, Hüttenes-Albertus Romania opened a representation and technical consultancy office in Brasov. This initiative strengthens and complements the support that HAR continuously provides to its partners and customers.

HAR specialists in Bucharest and Brasov provide technical support for the optimal use of HA brand products and technical advice on topics requested by the customer, including:

  •     Production of nodular graphite cast iron
  •     Regeneration of chemically hardened mixtures
  •     Design of casting feeding systems
  •     Economic efficiency analysis of the foundry and break-even calculation
  •     Waste reduction
  •     Technical analysis of foundry sands and forming mixtures 


locations around the world


in foundry chemistry




employees approx.