In 1965, Jean Vasseur perfected an absorption system to counter humidity in the sugar industry. Although initially intended for protecting merchandise in the field of industry, it´s obvious that this technique satisfies a genuine need for provide individuals: the first patented humidity absorber was launched in 1973 by the inventor of the process. Since then the research and development process hasn´t stopped, and today Sodepac holds a multitude of patent-pending and patented products.
Sodepac is Europes largest producer of humidity absorbers for its brands Seko and Humidivore and Sekodry for protecting merchandise from humidity.
The plant located in Hallennes-lez-Haubourdin in northern France has been enlarged on a regular basis: a new ultra modern storage area in 2011, bringing the total surface area of the plant to 6000 m2. Sodepac employs 45 people.
Tetec AB is their distributor in Sweden.