Oleo Chemicals

Oleochemicals are chemical compounds derived from natural fats and oils that can be used as raw materials or as supplemental materials in a variety of industries. Oleochemicals can be used as a substitute for petroleum-based products known as petrochemicals. Manufacturers began switching from petrochemicals to oleochemicals in the late 1970s due to the rise in prices of crude oil and the affordability of plant-based lauric oils produced from palm kernels. Fatty acids, the largest application for oleochemicals, and other basic oleochemical substances are produced by various chemical and enzymatic reactions.


Why choose palm-derived oleochemicals?
Consumers are increasingly concerned about the negative impact of fossil-fuel-based petrochemicals on climate change. They see plant-based products (including oleochemicals) as greener and more natural.

Soap Noodles

Soap Noodles are the basic form of soap and manufacturers add fragrances, pigments, and other components to produce their own brand of soap. A typical blend ratio would be 80:20 of palm oil: palm kernel oil or coconut oil. In the market, there are other ratios like 70:30, 90:10, and 60:40 available too.

Distilled Fatty Acid

Distilled Fatty Acid is a brownish yellow and viscous liquid, having a slight characteristic vegetable oil aroma. It is obtained by the distillation of vegetable oil deodorizer distillate (Sunflower and Soybean oil).


Glycerol and Glycerine. It is a clear and odorless liquid made from certain plants such as palm, soy, or coconut or synthetics or as a by-product of animal fats. Very viscous and sweet tasting.
  • Isotank container
  • 250 kg in New EPOXY Coated Steel Drums
  • 1250 kg in Intermediate Bulk Container (IBC)
  • 250 kg in Plastic HDPE Drum
  • 20 mts in Flexi Bag
  • 250 kg D / M , ITC