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We work in partnership with industry-leading suppliers to provide materials for every plastics application

Ultrapolymers Group was founded in October 2002 in Belgium to distribute polymers for major polymer producers across Europe. In the meantime the Ultrapolymers Group has grown to one of the biggest Pan-European polymer distributors.

With offices and warehouses in most of the European countries, Turkey and South Africa, Ultrapolymers established a commercial network with a local presence to serve its customers and suppliers in the best possible way. We offer a comprehensive product portfolio of raw materials covering commodities, engineering plastics, thermoplastic elastomers and synthetic rubbers. We can deliver any quantity from 1 bag to a full truck load.

  • Leading distributor
  • €601 million revenue
  • 238 employees
  • Pan-European player
  • 37 offices
  • > 45 warehouses
  • 347.000 MT sales
2003
Ultrapolymers grows…
Further expansion into France, the Nordic and Turkey.
2004
Additional offices
New entities are established in Slovenia, Bulgaria, South Africa and Serbia.
2005
Ultrapolymers heads East
New offices in Croatia, Russia and Ukraine.
2006
Pan-European growth
Further growth means there is a need to look for new resources in Romania, Hungary, Russia and Slovakia.
2007
ECE update

Opening of a new office in Bosnia.
2009
ECE update
Ultrapolymers adds Macedonia to its geographical coverage.
2011
New offices
Ultrapolymers is happy to announce expansion in the Baltics and Poland.
2012
Ultrapolymers celebrates its 10 year anniversary!
2014
North-Africa start-up LYB + Egypt
2015
Opening Ultrapolymers Austria office
2016
Exploring STAN & MAGHREB region

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UP Business development meeting

November 14, 2016
Ultrapolymers (Lommel, Belgium) has brought together its business development team in The Netherlands for a 2-day focus meeting. Main topics will be to discuss what the future growth strategy for added value project development in Europe will be. Besides that there will be focus discussion on market segments such as healthcare, metal replacement and packaging.
 
Within Ultrapolymers there is a team of 16 highly technical engineers who help the customers developing new projects and solutions. Creating added value is key for Ultrapolymers and its customers to invest in a sustainable future.

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