Reshaping for the future

Ankerpoort becomes Sibelco Europe MineralsPlus

As part of the Sibelco
Group, Ankerpoort has over the years developed a successful multi-mineral approach with a strong focus on product and application development.

Now it plans to share its skills and experience and integrate this model into the wider Sibelco Europe organization. Ankerpoort will profit from the extensive resources available at Sibelco. This is reflected in the new name.

Since 1 January 2012, Ankerpoort is known as Sibelco Europe MineralsPlus.

The MineralsPlus team will focus more than ever on continuous product development in collaboration with their valued partners. But with full access to the extensive resources and expertise of the Sibelco Europe Organization, Sibelco Europe MineralsPlus is now perfectly placed to offer benefits in many sectors.


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