Keyword: INOVYN


Inovyn Secures “Green” Power for Norway

06.02.2023 -

Inovyn, PVC-producing subsidiary of Ineos, has inked two long-term power supply deals with Norway’s Statkraft, which claims to be Europe’s largest renewables producer...


Inovyn Rebrands, Electrifies Rafnes VCM Plant

27.10.2022 -

Ineos’ vinyls business Inovyn has rebranded as Ineos Inovyn with effect from Oct. 21. At the same time, Inovyn’s hydrogen business has been renamed Ineos Hydrogen.


Inovyn Makes Hydrogen Moves in Germany, UK

26.10.2021 -

Ineos subsidiary Inovyn is planning to build a large-scale 100-megawatt electrolyzer at its site in Cologne, Germany, to produce green hydrogen. In addition, the firm...


Inovyn Participates in Sustainable Methanol Project

12.05.2020 - Vinyls producer Inovyn, wholly owned by Ineos, is taking part in a project to produce sustainable methanol in Antwerp, Belgium. The company is one of seven other firms...


Inovyn Expands PVC in Belgium

20.09.2018 - Vinyls producer Inovyn, wholly owned by Ineos, has announced plans to raise production of general purpose PVC at its Jemeppe site in Belgium to meet growing demand. The project...


Inovyn to Invest in German Cellroom

17.11.2017 - Inovyn, the vinyls producer now wholly owned by Ineos, has decided to invest in a new cellroom at Cologne, Germany to produce chlorine and caustic soda. Chlorine output will be...


Inovyn Adopts Membrane Process for Swedish Chlorine Plant

08.04.2016 - Chlorvinyls producer Inovyn is to convert its mercury-based chlorine plant in Stenungsund, Sweden, to membrane technology as part of its commitment to phase out mercury cellroom...

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04.04.2016 - WeylChem is one of three major platforms in the portfolio of the International Chemical Investors Group (ICIG). With its non-GMP Fine Chemicals and Custom Manufacturing businesses...