INOVYN has won the PVC Polymer Category Award for the second year running at the Best Polymer Producers Awards for Europe 2017.
The Award is voted for by European customers, based on five key criteria – quality; regulatory compliance; delivery performance; communication and innovation.
Comments Filipe Constant, Business Director, INOVYN: “In winning this Award for a second time our customers have clearly recognised INOVYN’s ongoing contribution to the plastics value chain.
“INOVYN is the European vinyls leader and among the top three largest vinyls producers worldwide. We are also at the forefront of sustainability with our VINYLOOP® initiative, offering class-leading recycled vinyls solutions as well as our long lasting commitment and support to the VinylPlus initiative.”
INOVYN was presented with the Award during the main conference of the European Plastics Converters (EuPC) Annual Meeting in Madrid.
"The Best Polymers for Europe Awards represent a major opportunity for re-establishing a constructive dialogue and a good communication between suppliers and users of polymers in Europe," outlined Ron Marsh, Chairman of the Alliance.
INOVYN was amongst 8 winners during the Awards, which not only recognised performance across the full range of polymer categories, but wider innovation.
Formed on 1 July 2015, INOVYN is a vinyls producer that ranks among the top three worldwide. With a turnover in excess of €3.5 billion, INOVYN has more than 4,300 employees and manufacturing, sales and marketing operations in ten countries across Europe.
INOVYN’s portfolio consists of an extensive range of class leading products arranged across Organic Chlorine Derivatives; Chlor Alkali; General Purpose Vinyls; Specialty Vinyls; and Electrochemical and Vinyls Technologies. Annual production volumes are in excess of 40 million tonnes.
About Polymers for Europe Alliance
The Alliance was initiated by the European Plastics Converters association (EuPC) during its General Assembly in May 2015. It is an online, confidential information platform open to all parties who have an interest in the competitive conversion of polymers in Europe. Its objectives are to provide factual public information on the status of the polymer supply situation in Europe and to re-establish a constructive dialogue with the supply base.
Some upcoming initiatives of the Alliance in 2016 include the launch of the Best Polymer Producers Awards for Europe as well as an exploratory industry study to assess the level of competitiveness of the European plastics converting industry. www.polymercomplyeurope.eu