Expert Articles/Interviews

Here you will discover interviews with experts and practitioners, articles and insights on the Chemical Leasing model. There is a broad spectrum of topics, from the global framework within which companies are operating today and the global drivers to which they have to respond, to the very practical business case of Chemical Leasing.

10 January 2020 | By Vojislavka Satric & Maria Grineva
Redefining The Business with Chemicals: The Payment for The Utility of Chemicals and Not for The Amount
Let’s look at the business of chemicals: the main interest of chemical users is not to buy and possess chemicals products. They are rather interested in the best solutions for their product (performance, quality) and/or processes where chemicals are applied.
Key Words: Service-based economy, utility of chemicals, chemical industry, performance-based business model, Chemical Leasing
13 February 2020 | By Petra Schwager
Digitalisation: The New Driver for Chemical Leasing
This article explains the large range of opportunities that digitalisation offers to enable companies to change to Chemical Leasing. It specifically outlines how digitalisation supports better monitoring of the performance of chemicals services.
Key Words: Circular Economy, Technology & Innovation
6 March 2020 | By Dorothee Arns (interviewee) & Maria Grineva (interviewer)
Women in The Chemical Distribution Industry: New Opportunities in A Changing Environment?
Where are the opportunities for women now that this industry is changing? Which key skills are required for a specialist (woman or man) in the chemical business? What kind of employee profile could support a paradigm-shift in a supplier-customer relation? These and other questions were discussed in an interview with Ms Dorothee Arns, General Manager of the European Association of Chemical Distributors.
Key Words: Gender, Chemical Industry, Chemical Leasing
16 March 2020 | By Thomas Jakl
How ‘Leasing’ Chemicals Can Contribute to A Cleaner Environment
One innovative way that chemicals can be produced and used in ways that minimize significant adverse impacts on human health and the environment is through Chemical Leasing. At the heart of the Chemical Leasing model is the idea that economic success no longer depends on the volume of chemicals sold, but on the service that is linked with the chemicals.
Key Words: Sustainable Development Goals, chemical management, environmental impact, resource efficiency, resource consumption, chemical inudstry, Chemical Leasing
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