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Materials for a better life

Umicore is a leading circular materials technology company with an extensive expertise in the fields of material science, chemistry and metallurgy. Our overriding goal of sustainable value creation is based on the ambition to develop, produce and recycle materials in a way that fulfils our mission: "materials for a better life". Which is why we are now more than ever determined to leverage our unique position and mutually reinforcing portfolio of activities to accelerate the global transformation of mobility, respond to the growing need for advanced materials, and contribute to the pursuit of a global circular economy.

 


We RISE today to transform tomorrow. 

Between now and 2030, our ambition is to be a true transformation partner for our customers, guiding them on their journey towards sustainability and circularity.

Our strategy

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Technology

Umicore’s vast experience and know-how give you the peace of mind that comes with being expertly guided to meet quality, compliance and sustainability demands.

Sustainable Solutions

Together we can implement sustainable solutions that ensure you are at the forefront of rapidly changing landscapes and continuously improving environmental performance.

Strategic Partnerships

Engage in a long-term strategic partnership with Umicore today, so together we can start planning for a better tomorrow.

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Metal of the month

Antimony

If you use makeup in your daily life, whether when you go to a party, for a play you’re in or to complete your Halloween costume, this metal might be of interest for you. Antimony compounds have been known since ancient times: Egyptian women used stibnite, the antimony sulphide known as kohl, as a cosmetic to blacken their eyes and eyebrows.
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