Vinnolit GmbH & Co. KG


    • Company type:
      • Distributor
      • Manufacturer
      • Research & Development
      • Service Provider
    • Year founded:
    • 1993
    • Employees (at the site):
    • 1450
    • Turnover range:
    • >=125m EUR
    • Products/services:
    • Emulsion-PVC,
      PVC copolymers;
      caustic soda,
      tin tetrachloride

    • Core competencies:
    • With an annual capacity of 780,000 metric tonnes (1.7 billion lbs) Vinnolit is one of the leading PVC producers in Europe and, worldwide, is the market and technical leader in specialty PVC.

      Vinnolit produces and markets a wide range of PVC products covering all kinds of PVC applications, e.g. in the building & construction sector, in the automobile industry or in the medical sector. Whether the PVC is for window profiles, pipes, rigid film, flooring, wall covering, technical coatings, automotive sealants, cable sheathing or medical applications, Vinnolit is able to offer a suitable product.

      Additionally Vinnolit produces and markets intermediates such as caustic soda, vinyl chloride and tin tetrachloride, which are required in the chemical industry as well as in other branches.

      The technology center VinTec is licensing Vinnolit's leading EDC-/VCM- and S-PVC technology worldwide.

    • Language skills:
    • English
    • Key Tech / section:
      • Chemical Industry: Plastics in primary form
      • New Materials: Plastics
    • Industries NACE:
      • 20: Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products
    • Certification:
    • DIN EN ISO 9001 DIN EN ISO 14001 BS OHSAS 18001ISO 50001

    • Sales markets - target industries:
    • Kunststoff-Verarbeitung, weltweit
    • Sales markets - target countries:
      • Belgium
      • France
      • Germany
      • Italy
      • Poland
      • Russian Federation
      • United Kingdom
    • Cooperation offers:
    • plastic processing
    • Contact person:
    • Dr. Karl-Martin Schellerer (Mr.)
      - Management

      Dr. Wolfram Prößdorf (Mr.)
      - Cooperation