INOVYN is a 50-50 Joint Venture that combines the respective chlorvinyls activities of INEOS and Solvay.
The combination, formed on 1 July 2015, has created a PVC producer that ranks among the top three worldwide. With an annual 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 and Specialty Vinyls. Annual production volumes are in excess of 40 million tonnes.
Successful start up of new chlorine cellroom at Stenungsund Site
INOVYN announces it has started production from its new membrane chlorine cellroom at Stenungsund Site (Sweden).
INOVYN to expand General Purpose PVC production at Jemeppe Site, Belgium
INOVYN announced its intention to increase production of general purpose PVC at its Jemeppe Site, Belgium.
INOVYN to deliver major expansion project at Rafnes, Norway
Through the Project, INOVYN will increase VCM capacity at the Site by around 70 ktes a year, which will be used in the production of vinyls at its Porsgrunn, Stenungsund and Newton Aycliffe sites.
INOVYN announces Specialty Vinyls growth plan
INOVYN has today announced an ambitious growth plan that will see investment in an additional 120ktes of Specialty Vinyls capacity by the end of 2020.
INOVYN announced its intention to convert the chlorine production at Stenungsund (SE) to membrane technology.
INOVYN announced its intention to undertake a major investment to convert its mercury chlorine cellroom at Stenungsund (Sweden) to membrane technology.Initial design and feasibility studies for the conversion project are under way, with targeted completion of the project by the end of 2017.
INOVYN plans major investment in large scale KOH production facility in Belgium
INOVYN has today announced it is planning a major investment in a large scale potassium hydroxide (KOH) production facility at its Antwerp/Lillo site, Belgium