MULTY FOAM S.A.
- FAX+30 2310 461 862
A leader in the private label market
Founded in 1977 as Fedon Tsanas SA and based in northern Greece city Thessaloniki’s Thermi district,
the company was partly acquired a year later by Dutch company SCHULPEN BEHERR BV, and in
1990 it was renamed to MULTY FOAM SA industrial and commercial plastics company.
Multy Foam is a global market leader in household sponges and cleaning cloths. The group employs
a staff of over 500 and operates in eight countries, facilitating global activities and local service.
It operates production plants in the Netherlands, Belgium, Greece, Hungary, UK and China, as
well as sales offices and warehouses in Austria and Spain. The majority of company products are
delivered as private label products. The firm offers customers the same high quality, whether its
products are packaged under the Multy brand name or as a private label.
Multy produces all types of sponges, made of quality polyether and polyester foam. Its facilities
in Greece produce over 300,000 cubic meters of foam annually, in more than 50 different varieties,
used for Multy’s wide range of products, as well as in the auto, textile and furniture industries,
among others. As household cleaning has become increasingly sophisticated, Multy offers a full
range of high-quality products, including special anti-bacterial treated hydrophilic sponges with
top-quality green scouring fleece. Multy also offers competitively-priced 10-pack sponges. Being
a slap stock producer, Multy can supply blocks, sheets or semi-finished products made of polyurethane
foam, which facilitates its access into various sectors, including the auto, furniture and
bedding industries. The company exports to the Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, England, Spain,
Belgium, Italy, Hungary, Bulgaria, Germany, Cyprus, Africa, America, St. Mauritius, FYROM, Albania
and the United Arab Emirates.
In 2014, the plastics firm reported a rise in sales rising to 23.69 million euros compared to 22,80 million
euros a year earlier. Pre-tax earnings also rose to 3.65 million euros against 3.13 million euros