Vynova is a leading European manufacturer of chlor-alkali products and PVC resins. With a network of production sites in five countries and over 1,275 employees, we generated sales of 1.8 billion euros in 2022.

Founded in 2015 as the chlor-vinyls platform of the International Chemical Investors Group (ICIG), we have established ourselves as a major supplier with an extensive chemicals portfolio and multiple logistics solutions to serve our customers. Our specific offerings include multiple grades of suspension PVC (S-PVC), KOH and other potassium derivatives, caustic soda (NaOH) and sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl).

While Vynova is a young company, we can draw upon decades of experience of our sites operating under the umbrella of major international chemical companies. This wealth of chemical manufacturing heritage, combined with the vision and support of our shareholder ICIG, has enabled us to establish ourselves as a leading European chlor-vinyls producer.

Our production network encompasses six sites: the Vynova sites in Tessenderlo (Belgium), Wilhelmshaven (Germany), Mazingarbe (France), Beek (the Netherlands) and Runcorn (UK) as well as an affiliated site in Thann (France). Located in key European markets, we offer distinct logistics solutions with access to deep-water ports, rail, pipeline, and major road infrastructure.

Our first years in operation have brought significant progress and investments. We constructed a new state-of-the-art membrane electrolysis facility for potassium hydroxide (KOH), which was inaugurated in 2018, and completed a significant capacity expansion for sodium hydroxide (NaOH), both at our Tessenderlo site. In 2016, we signed the Operation Clean Sweep® pledge as a commitment to zero emissions of plastic flakes, powder or pellets into the environment.

We are driven to make a positive impact on our customer's manufacturing needs. We reliably supply a wide range of chemicals and resins to other chemical manufacturers and plastics converters, offering high-quality products at competitive commercial terms.

We embrace the goals of Responsible Care®, the chemical industry's voluntary initiative to continuously improve in the areas of environmental protection, health and safety. In addition, we are a member of VinylPlus®, the European PVC industry’s voluntary commitment programme for sustainable development.

We rigorously adhere to the strict Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) regulations of our industry, as well as to the relevant Product Stewardship guidelines. In pursuing our Corporate Social Responsibility policy, we strive to be recognized as good corporate citizens in the communities in which our businesses and manufacturing sites operate.



Founded in 2015, Vynova Group has grown to generate sales of 1.8 billion euros in 2022. Our profitability enables us to pursue ambitious growth opportunities.


We presently employ over 1,275 people working in manufacturing, supply chain, sales & marketing and support services.


Production network of 6 manufacturing sites, strategically located in key European markets.


Our chemical product offerings include PVC, KOH and other potassium derivatives, caustic soda and sodium hypochlorite.


At Vynova, we firmly believe that how we act is just as important as what we do. 

Our company culture is based on four core values that form the foundation of how we behave, as an organisation and as individual Vynova employees: 


These four values summarise how we behave and what is important in our company culture. 

Find out more about our values on the dedicated page.




Start-up of a new world-scale membrane electrolysis facility for the production of potassium hydroxide (KOH) in Tessenderlo (Belgium).


Vynova initiates a major expansion of the membrane caustic soda (NaOH) electrolysis unit at its Tessenderlo (Belgium) site.


The chlor-alkali sales and marketing activities of Potasse et Produits Chimiques (PPC) in Thann (France) are brought under the umbrella of Vynova International.


Construction starts on a new world-scale potassium hydroxide (KOH) membrane plant in Tessenderlo (Belgium).


The International Chemical Investors Group (ICIG) acquires five sites of INEOS ChlorVinyls. Vynova is founded.


Start-up of a membrane electrolysis facility for the production of caustic soda (NaOH) in Tessenderlo (Belgium).


Commissioning of a state-of-the-art membrane electrolysis plant to convert brine into chlorine at the current Vynova site in Runcorn (UK). The chlorine plant is currently operated in a 50/50 joint venture with Inovyn.


Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) starts with the construction of a VCM and PVC plant on the current Vynova site in Wilhelmshaven (Germany).


The chemical company Société Artésienne de Vinyle, a subsidiary of CdF Chimie, starts with the production of PVC at the current Vynova site in Mazingarbe (France).


DSM produces its first batch of PVC at the current Vynova site in Beek (the Netherlands).


The Belgian firm Produits Chimiques de Tessenderloo (later renamed Tessenderlo Chemie) and the Dutch company DSM found the joint venture Limburgse Vinyl Maatschappij to produce vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) in Tessenderlo (Belgium).


A small chemical factory, Exploitation des Procédés Raynaud, is established at the current Vynova site in Tessenderlo (Belgium).


Chemical production starts at the location of the current Vynova site in Runcorn (UK). Early production focussed on soap, alkali and sulphuric acid.


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As a leading European PVC and chlor-alkali company, we are committed to do more. Our experienced sales and technical support teams are dedicated to building strong customer partnerships that produce lasting results. Supported by our extensive portfolio of logistics solutions, state-of-the-art production processes and decades of chemical manufacturing heritage, we strive to be your supplier of choice.

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As a supplier and partner of key chemical manufacturers and plastics converters, we enable the manufacture of essential products for daily life. Our products contribute towards a sustainable future, both directly and as the basis for innovations by our customers. With our high-quality products, we play an essential role in the manufacture of a variety of products that bring water and light into our homes, provide comfort while reducing energy use and improve the quality of our daily lives.

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We are driven to make a positive impact on our customer's business needs with our high-standard products and customised solutions. We reliably supply a wide range of chemicals and resins to other chemical manufacturers and plastics converters, offering high-quality products at competitive commercial terms.


At Vynova, our responsibility as a leading manufacturer of chlor-alkali products and PVC resins extends to embracing ethical obligations towards the global community, as well as advancing the scientific and technical community at large.

Vynova therefore actively participates in various professional and trade organisations. We believe the greatest challenges in environmental safety and public health can be addressed through active collaborations between private industry, government institutions, and non-governmental organisations.

We are proud to promote mutual alliances with the following industrial, scientific, and sustainability associations and initiatives:


Cefic represents the European chemical industry and promotes the essential role of chemicals production as a major contributor to the overall health of the European economy. From endorsing industry policy to sponsoring better regulations, Cefic works across industry sectors to promote dialogue with and among major EU policymakers.

Euro Chlor

Euro Chlor, a member of the World Chlorine Council, brings together independent European chlorine producers and chlorine-related associations into a united chlor-alkali industry organisation. Its ambitions include promoting industry best practices aimed at public health, production safety, and environmental protection, along with sustainable chlorine applications.

Plastics Europe

Plastics Europe is the pan-European association of plastics manufacturers, and has more than 100 member companies, who are responsible for producing more than 90% of all polymers across the 27 member states of the European Union, plus Norway, Switzerland, Turkey and the UK.

ECVM  European Council of Vinyl Manufacturers

ECVM, the European Council of Vinyl Manufacturers, is a division of PlasticsEurope that represents the six leading European PVC resin producing companies. Combined, the member companies produce around 70% of the PVC resin manufactured in Europe. ECVM focuses on promoting PVC by confirming through independent studies that PVC can integrate high technical performance, environmental benefits, as well as cost advantages in key application areas such as window frames, flooring and piping. The association plays a vital role in reducing the environmental effects of PVC manufacturing including investigating solutions to maintain emissions standards.


PVC4Pipes serves under the ECVM umbrella as a value chain platform providing informational services encouraging the use of PVC materials in piping systems. The group is composed of members representing multiple industry sectors including resin manufacturers and pipe & fitting converters. PVC4Pipes acts as an advocate for ethical standards and product quality.


PVC4Cables is another ECVM platform, committed to advancing the PVC cable market sector. As a principal point of contact to enhance communications and dialogue between all stakeholders, the association educates on issues of recycling and sustainability in addition to research and development of innovative PVC formulations for cable applications.

PVCMed Alliance

PVCMed Alliance is ECVM’s platform for the PVC value-chain in healthcare. The alliance proactively engages in dialogue with all relevant stakeholders - from health authorities over hospital staff to recyclers. PVCMed shares information, experience and expertise at medical conferences and medical fairs, and hosts round-table discussions with interested stakeholders.


VinylPlus is the voluntary sustainable development programme of the European PVC industry. It aims at creating a long-term sustainability framework for the entire PVC value chain, including vinyl manufacturers, stabiliser producers, plasticisers and plastics converters. The programme’s commitment includes annual reporting on measurable sustainability targets as well as proactively tackling the sustainability challenges of PVC.


VFSE, the Vinyl Films and Sheets Europe association, operates to advance the interests of the plastic film, foil, and sheet manufacturers throughout Europe. The group, together with VinylPlus and Recovinyl, promotes recycling and the voluntary commitment industry targets within three VFSE working groups – packaging, decorations, and automotive. VFSE also encourages future sustainability goals for the PVC films sector.


EPPA, the European PVC Window Profile and related Building Products Association, represents the interests of the European PVC profile industry. By engaging in dialogue with the European Commission and related stakeholders, the organisation works to create sustainable solutions with regard to technical, economic and institutional matters.