Inward Investment

Developing your business in partnership with INOVYN

Our sites, your opportunity

INOVYN operates a number of large, well-invested manufacturing facilities throughout Western Europe.


Partners looking to expand their manufacturing or R&D capabilities within Europe are warmly invited to co-locate on an INOVYN site.


The individual site pages showcase how each of our sites currently operates; we would encourage you to get in touch to discuss your requirements.

About INOVYN

INOVYN is an INEOS company.


INOVYN manufactures a wide range of chemicals that are used as raw materials in almost every industrial process.


  • Our portfolio is organised across five key product groups –
  • Organic Chlorine Derivatives
  • Chlor Alkali
  • General Purpose Vinyls
  • Specialty Vinyls
  • Technologies


In addition our newly launched Hydrogen business seeks to become a market leader in Hydrogen technology and production providing practical leadership to reduce carbon emissions.

Inward Investment sites

Martorell


INOVYN's site at Martorell (Spain) was built in 1972 with the aim of providing PVC to the country's growing building and construction industries. The site manufactures VCM and PVC.


Runcorn


Operations at INOVYN's Runcorn Site are of strategic national importance to the UK and focus mainly on the production of chlorine, caustic soda and chlorinated derivatives. The Site has one of the largest membrane electrolysis units in Europe.



Rheinberg


Operations at INOVYN's Rheinberg Site focus on the production of PVC, caustic soda, epichlorohydrin, allyl chloride and di-polyglycerin for sale to key industries across Europe.



Tavaux


INOVYN's Tavaux Site produces many chemicals (chlorine, VCM, caustic soda, chlorinated organics) and PVC, sharing the 200 hectares of the Tavaux industrial platform alongside several partner companies.



Jemeppe


NOVYN operations at Jemeppe Site focus on the production of salt, hydrogen, sodium hypochlorite, chlorine, caustic soda, VCM and PVC.  The Site is one of the largest PVC production facilities in Europe, with 420,000 tonnes a year of material supplied to key sectors such as building, automotive and piping.