The plants of Solvay Indupa are strategically located in areas with important raw material providers.
The geographical position of the complex in Argentina allows for the availability of all raw materials required for production (gas, electrical energy, salt), road, rail and waterway access to different regional markets.
Other available features include harbors for entrance and exit from deep waters which are highly beneficial to export, as well as highly qualified human resources graduated from institutions at all levels (universities, technical schools etc).
The complex in Brazil is located in the region with the highest PVC consumption in all Mercosur, next to the first petrochemical complex in the country, Capuava, which provides strategic inputs.
It is next to the port of Santos, which also allows receiving raw materials and shipping products to customers by sea. The region has excellent railroad connections and is well served by an important electric power generator.