Cortec Global Services

Cortec Global Services (CGSI) was built within Cortec Corporation -- the preeminent developer of VpCI/VCI solutions used by the widest range of industries in the world -- in order to ensure cost effective desirable outcomes for major adopters and customers.
In 2018 CGSI was founded as a standalone member of Presserv Group (Norway) in order to effectively rollout the service and product offerings globally while ensuring local sustainment for clients especially in developing economies and locations.
Currently CGSI operates directly in 14 countries worldwide with headquarters in Minnesota co-located at Cortec Corporation Headquarters.
CGSI provides "competency on demand" ranging from consultancy and localization knowledge transfer and training to global supply chain QA/QC as well as being the contractor of choice for major O/G construction Greenfield and Brownfield projects.
By serving the preservation industry, CGSI can serve project owners, EPC firms, contractors, local agents and Cortec product distributors equally and apply our cross functional, maintenance philosophy to ensure the desired outcomes within cost, engineering and commissioning constraints.

VpCI® Technology

Corrosion is a constant, indiscriminate, and costly enemy of metal, especially when packaged for storage and transportation. Traditional anti-corrosion methods are messy, expensive, and can be hazardous to personnel and the environment. Too often they are ineffective. Cortec’s Vapor phase Corrosion Inhibitor (VpCI®) technology represents a breakthrough solution in corrosion prevention. Our VpCI® products protect metals with a chemically adsorbed molecular layer that provides multi-metal corrosion protection. The coverage is complete – all surfaces, crevices, cavities, and other inaccessible void areas receive total protection. The VpCI® barrier is self-replenishing, even for packaging that’s repeatedly opened; and typically protects for up to 24 months. The industry proven result is exceptional product protection without the labor-intensive clean-up required with conventional oil coatings or other inhibiting products; even for previously corroded, painted, or coated surfaces.