Culligan Hellas was originally established in 1963, and was the first Greek company to enter the Greek water treatment market. The Company's head office is located in Athens, the capital of Greece, while it also maintains a branch in Thessalonica, the second largest Greek city. Today, Culligan Hellas is part of Unibios Holdings Group of companies whose activities spread over various areas of the water treatment and swimming pool markets and which holds a leading position in the Greek market.
Culligan Hellas has repeatedly been recognized for providing innovative solutions in water treatment including filtering, softening and de-ionization systems and reverse osmosis applications for brackish as well as seawater water. Today, the Culligan Hellas Group employs more than 45 specialized engineers, technical and administrative staff. In fact, Culligan Hellas is uniquely positioned to provide solutions for even the most demanding water treatment requirements.
In its continuous pursuit of exceptional quality and superior customer satisfaction, Culligan Hellas has been certified according to the ISO 9001:2000 standard. This, in combination with a unique know-how resulting from its experience of over 50 years provide a guarantee for always offering quality solutions to every problem relating to water treatment no matter how difficult it may be.
From the most demanding industrial applications and large scale municipal water works to satisfying small scale household water treatment requirements as well as to achieving superior water quality in commercial and private swimming pools, Culligan Hellas can make the difference.
|Since its foundation, Culligan Hellas has always been committed uniquely to water.|
More than sixty years of success and progress in this single, limited but immense sector entitle us to describe ourselves as the water experts.
Our brand name is known to the general public above all for its household systems and its high quality swimming-pools, but Culligan Hellas is present right across the water treatment market, from the water supply sector to specific water treatments for the most diverse industrial processes, in medicine, in food products and in the most popular soft drinks.