• Temporary paints

      Shading paints that wear off gradually over time and do not need to be cleaned off at the end of the season. This range is designed to offer growers an effective, user-friendly solution.


      Temporary protection from light and heat for different periods of time without having to clean the paint off at the end of the season.

    • Removable paints

      Often called On/Off, these paints produce results that are stable over time until removed using the appropriate cleaning product. Combining shading and diffusion solutions, this range gives growers control over when they remove the coating.


      Removable protection against heat and light


      Removable protection from light and heat for sun-sensitive crops


      Removable protection from heat while maintaining grow-light


      Removable diffuse light with high transmission


      Removable diffuse coating with heat protection


      Cleaner to remove shading- and diffusion paints

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      Understanding light

      How do our paints influence the sunlight?

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      How to apply Sudlac paints

      Instructions for application of our paints on your greenhouse

    • Applied on the various elements of the greenhouse structure, these solutions make it possible to maintain and protect your greenhouses from premature wear and tear.


      Corrosion protection for heating pipes


      Protects plastic film against premature wear

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Sudlac gets in shape to support its growth

Having grown steadily for the last 10 years, Sudlac is reorganising its structure in the production and logistics sectors so that it can meet demands and improve its service.

The goal: To triple the volume of our products available from stock

Mr Reynal, the site manager in charge of development, explains: “during the 2018 season, we faced an all-time order high which brought to light the need to improve and optimise certain aspects of our organisation. We had to keep supporting our growth while increasing the quality of the service we offer to our partners”. Seizing the initiative, Sudlac put in place an action plan, which Mr Reynal explained: “We began by planning our production, doubling our workforce so that we can work in two teams and increase the volume of products ready for shipping. At the same time, we formed a partnership with 5 logistics providers, so that our products would be readily available”.

Reducing the time between customer order and delivery 

Outsourcing warehousing was not left to chance, picking strategic locations has enabled us to have products close to our main markets: “With the variable climate conditions, growers and applicators need greater flexibility with regard to delivery times and, by extension, so do our distributors. At the same time, road transport is becoming increasingly problematic, in Europe at least. This is why we chose geographically strategic warehousing locations, to reduce the time between customer order and delivery”.

Optimising the traceability of our production and our raw materials

During this improvement process, Sudlac also introduced more stringent quality control while also optimising the traceability of its products, to facilitate after-sales service and improve our responsiveness: “Besides simply manufacturing paint, we have strong service values, at the heart of which are our after-sales relationships, the aim being to provide our distributorts with the best possible assistance in their support for growers who use our products. All of our products are meticulously analysed before leaving our factory and a sample is automatically kept for 3 years, so that it can be analysed upon request.”

Sudlac is therefore all set for the 2019 season, the official launch of which will undoubtedly be at the start of spring.