ICL’s Phos-Chek and Fire-Trol brand long-term fire retardants, Class A foams, and water enhancing gels are the world’s leading chemical solutions for managing wild land, industrial and municipal fires. In 1962, the Phos-Chek name was born and an era of innovation and partnership began. For several years before and for four decades since, we have worked side-by-side with fire management agencies in N-orth America and across the world to provide safe and effective firefighting chemicals to meet the needs and desires of fire management personnel.
In 2014, with its Acquisition of Auxquimia SA in Spain, ICL entered the Class B foam business with its Phos-Chek and Auxquimia brands of advanced, all C6 AFFF’s and AR-AFFF’s. In addition, ICL offers fluorine free Class B foams, training foam and specialty foams.
ICL Fire Safety manufactures its world class products in the US, Canada, France and Spain and supplies products to fire management and firefighting organizations around the world. ICL Fire Safety is part of ICL Performance Products, one of ICL’s primary business segments.
ICL, a global manufacturer of products based on unique minerals, fulfills humanity’s essential needs, primarily in three markets: agriculture, food and engineered materials.
ICL produces approximately a third of the world’s bromine, and is the sixth largest potash producer, as well as the leading provider of pure phosphoric acid. It is a major manufacturer of specialty fertilizers and specialty phosphates, flame retardants and water treatment solutions. ICL’s mining and manufacturing activities are located in Israel, Europe, the Americas and China, and are supported by global distribution and supply networks.
The agricultural products that ICL produce help to feed the world’s growing population. The potash and phosphates that it mines and manufactures are used as ingredients in fertilizers and serve as an essential component in the pharmaceutical and food additives industries; The food additives that it produces enable people to have greater access to more varied and higher quality food; ICL’s water treatment products supply clean water to millions of people as well industry around the world; and other substances, based on bromine and phosphates help to create energy that is more efficient and environmentally friendly, prevent the spread of forest fires and allow the safe and widespread use of a variant of products and materials.
ICL benefits from a number of unique advantages, including its vertically integrated activities and complementary and synergistic downstream operations for the production of unique end products; its balanced and varied product portfolio in growing markets; and its worldwide presence with proximity to major global markets in developing regions.
ICL operates within a strategic framework of sustainability that includes a commitment to the environment, support of communities in which ICL’s manufacturing operations are located and where its employees live, and a commitment to all its employees, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders.
ICL is a public company whose shares are dual listed on the New York Stock Exchange and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (NYSE and TASE: ICL). The company currently employs around 12,000 people worldwide, and its 2013 sales totaled $6.3 billion, 50% of which derived from products manufactured outside of Israel.