Momar, Inc., a manufacturer of specialty chemicals and a total facility maintenance solutions provider for the commercial, industrial and institutional markets, recently revealed a new design of their website, momar.com.
Momar is considered an ‘essential business’ in the support of our country’s critical infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whether it’s the mines that process the raw material inputs for fertilizer manufacturing or the local co-ops that blend custom formulations for farmers, the MinTerra line has solutions for all members of the fertilizer supply chain.
Momar, Inc., a manufacturer of specialty chemicals for industrial and institutional markets, announced that it has acquired AIS Specialty Products, Inc., an industrial maintenance and cleaning supplies company headquartered in Chatsworth, California.
Momar, Inc., a manufacturer of specialty chemicals for industrial and institutional markets, announced that it has sold the Waste Services and Environmental Services operating groups of its Ramco Division, located in Arkansas. At the same time, it transferred the entire division’s name (Ramco) to the new buyer.
Momar, Inc., a leading specialty manufacturer of general maintenance and sanitation chemicals, has formed a strategic partnership with Los Angeles-based Widespread Industrial Supplies, Inc. Under the shared services agreement, Momar will offer strategic, capital, and administrative support to the 15-year-old industrial supply company.
Momar, Inc., a leading specialty manufacturer of general maintenance and sanitation chemicals, has purchased Superco Specialty Products, Inc. in the company’s largest acquisition to date. Based in Los Angeles County, Superco brings a strong line of 500 products and 32 experienced professionals to the family-owned and operated firm.
"We have been manufacturing specialty chemical solutions for all sorts of problems for 71 years now…frankly, it’s part of our DNA," says Momar President, Julian Mohr, Sr., who has been with the company for 65 years. "We are honored to help our friends in Florida and Texas recover from the problems created by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey."
June 1, 2015, is the deadline for chemical manufacturers to comply with all of the provisions of OSHA HazCom 2012. Julian Mohr Jr., Chief Executive Officer of Momar, Incorporated, shares, “While many chemical manufacturers questioned if OSHA HazCom 2012 would be repealed, our technical department began immediately updating Momar’s 5000+ product labels and safety data sheets (SDSs).
Momar, Inc. (http://www.momar.com), a specialty manufacturer of general maintenance and sanitation chemicals, has once again made a sizeable donation of products to United Way. Momar has always been committed to giving back to the community, and this month’s donation of over $42,000 worth of products is just the most recent example of that commitment in action.