The establishment of the enterprise "Vershina" 20 years ago served the development of a new stage in the sphere of industrial and household chemicals in Russia.
The company began its activity with the release of solvents for industrial enterprises and households. So, on April 20, 2009, the foundation was laid for the construction of a production complex in the Vsevolozhsk district. This region was the favorable ground for the "Summit", where there were investors who wanted to finance the plant. The district administration did not stand aside and helped to quickly solve the issue of construction.
The enterprise is located in the zone of a brick factory, which is the most promising area near St. Petersburg. The "summit" dovetails with the largest enterprises "Ariston", "Ford", etc.
The production of "Vershina" can be called a special object, since all the stages of the production technology are concentrated within the plant. The complete recycling of waste is also carried out here.
The volume of output annually - 20 million conventional units, which includes both household chemicals and detergents for different needs of citizens. The first product, which is already quite popular with consumers, has become the brand "DEX" - the concentrate of the windscreen washer for the car. It has no analogues in Russia and is an own brand of the enterprise.
Today the company "Vershina" works on modern equipment, it is regularly modernized, that is why it meets the requirements and norms of the European model. The product line is constantly updated and expanded, attracting new customers. In the plans of the plant to open workshops on the production of auto cosmetics and paint and varnish products.
Today the enterprise can be proud of being a purely domestic brand and successfully competes with foreign brands, carrying out a program on import substitution.
Another company is puzzled by the company "Vershina" and intends to implement it. This is Russia's accession to the WTO to begin the expansion of the goods of deep processing to markets in Western Europe.