Activity report

Activity report

The company MasterChem OÜ was founded in 2001.

The main activity of MasterChem OÜ is the purchase and sale of chemical products.

Last year, our company increased the production and sale of disinfectants, personal care products, as well as cleaning and special care products. Disinfectants and cleansers are used in medical facilities and are marked CE.

Our customers, in addition to medical institutions, are also food processing enterprises, cleaning companies, children’s institutions and schools.

We are also actively selling through the online store. Our great advantage is warehouses with an area of more than 1400 m3, which are located near the main cargo port of Estonia.

In 2019, the company’s activities and production were stopped for technical reasons for 4 months.

Creditinfo Eesti AS awarded in 2020 MasterChem OÜ “The certificate of successful business in Estonia” that demonstrates that within a year we reached steadily

high credit rating of group A. This certificate proves our contribution to economy of Estonia, development and the culture of honest business. Creditinfo Rating is a rating assigned to a company, defined as an aggregate score of economic, financial and solvency. More information about our financial performance can be found at

In 2020, we supported state kindergartens with free disinfectants.

Also in 2020, we added a new group of goods to the sale – disinfectant dispensers.

In 2020, sales grew both in online stores and in the retail market. Brand recognition has grown thanks to articles in various magazines, social networks and partner activities.

In 2020, as a result of the impact of Covid-19, the company experienced rapid development and a jump in sales. Our advantage is 20 years of experience selling alcohols.

In 2021, we predict an increase in sales revenue, as well as an increase in investment in production, which will expand the range. Our goal is to increase production efficiency, make processes more energy efficient and significantly reduce CO2 emissions per unit of products.