In recognition of the company’s successful international activities, HALCOR was named Greek exporter of the year, during the annual presentation of the Greek Exports Awards 2013. During the awards ceremony which was held on March 29, in Athens, HALCOR received the top distinction, the “IASON 2013: Premier Greek Exports Award,” presented on behalf of the Greek Prime Minister by the Minister of Development, Competitiveness, Transport, Infrastructures and Networks, Mr. Notis Mitarakis.
The Greek Exports Awards are presented annually during the Greek Exports Forum. An established initiative, these awards recognize Greek businesses that demonstrate an active contribution to the productivity, growth, competitiveness and employment of the Greek economy, highlighting the best practices that could potentially set an example for other businesses.
HALCOR, an industrial group with more than 75 years of successful operation, maintains a strong commercial presence in the markets of Europe, Asia, U.S.A, North Africa and the Middle East, while it holds a significant market share across Europe. The company produces and distributes copper and copper-alloy rolled and extruded products and cables, copper tubes and zinc rolled products, and is driven by its commitment to quality and sustainability. As a result of HALCOR’s export activity in 2012, 88% of the company’s turnover resulted from sales in more than 50 countries around the world. It is worth mentioning that HALCOR’s export activity over the past year amounted for 4.4% of the total Greek exports, excluding petrochemicals.