The LFFICCIENCY Holding group (former Loser Holding), together with its companies Loser Chemie GmbH, TESOMA GmbH, Machines Highest Mechatronic GmbH, FRESITEC GmbH, Chemische Werke Tangermünde GmbH and loComp GmbH is engaged in the production of chemical products, which are mainly used in very water-intensive industries, such as the paper, textile and leather industries even where it is a question of conserving resources, such as water or even high tech or green tech metals. For this purpose there are projects that are concerned with the saving of water, water treatment, but also with innovative recycling technologies in the e-scrap sector.
Our corporate image implies the responsible handling of limited resources, in particular also water and is aimed at innovative solutions in process chemistry right up to individual plant and process development.
Our chemical products are used, among other things, in various fields of water treatment, in the manufacture and processing of leather, paper, cardboard and pulp industries. Also the development of new innovative technologies for the realization of the objectives of an economic cycle management is also being pushed forward.
We are a reliable partner in the toll manufacturing of chemical products.
Our motivated and specialized staff have always focused on the most efficient and environmentally friendly results. Here, scientists and process engineers work together on an interdisciplinary basis.
We cooperate closely with domestic and foreign companies as well as with scientific institutions. This network allows us to master even the most demanding challenges. Our cooperation with customers and suppliers is characterized by respect, objectivity and fairness.
We always follow our guideline to combine ecology and economy with each other optimally.
Sustainable thinking - sustainable acting!
In several successive projects we were the finalist for the Saxon Environmental Award, which we received in 2015 for our process for the recycling of thin film photovoltaics. In 2015 we were also in the final round for the German Raw Material Efficiency Award.