The RAMPF Group is establishing a new company at the start of the forthcoming financial year– RAMPF Advanced Polymers GmbH & Co. KG. The company will combine the core competences of RAMPF Eco Solutions, Polymer Solutions, and Tooling Solutions to create a new entity that is even more strongly focused on sustainability. This will strengthen the market position and competitiveness of the entire RAMPF Group.

Merging the three sets of core competencies centered around polymers will create a company with approximately 220 employees and a consolidated total operating performance of over €100 million.

RAMPF Advanced Polymers will offer all the products and solutions of the already existing Eco, Polymer, and Tooling Solutions. Eco Solutions are chemical solutions for manufacturing customized recycled polyols from polyurethane and PET waste materials as well as bio-based and renewable raw materials. Polymer Solutions includes sealing systems, electro and engineering casting resins, edge and filter casting systems, and adhesives based on polyurethane, epoxy, and silicone. Tooling Solutions develops and produces board and liquid materials for modeling and mold engineering based on polyurethane and epoxy.

Michael Rampf, CEO of the RAMPF Group said, “The establishment of RAMPF Advanced Polymers is a milestone in the history of our Group, which stretches back more than 40 years. We made this decision from a position of strength, after a very successful financial year 2022/2023. By pooling our strengths and talents, we will develop even better chemical products and solutions and manufacture them in cutting-edge facilities. This will enable us to provide our customers and partners with even better support in asserting themselves in increasingly competitive sectors such as the automotive, electric/electronics, and aerospace industries.”

Rampf continued, “With RAMPF Advanced Polymers we are strengthening our position with regard to the financing of investments. We see huge potential in Eco Solutions, whose chemical recycling solutions are encountering ever greater demand. We will consistently carry forward this pioneering closed-loop approach and enable our customers to further optimize the ecological footprint of their products. As a company, we see both considerable commercial potential and an opportunity to play an even bigger part in conserving finite resources and reducing CO2 emissions across a broad swathe of industries.”

Peter Barwitzki and Dr. Christian Weber, the current CEOs of RAMPF Polymer Solutions, will lead RAMPF Advanced Polymers. With immediate effect, both RAMPF Eco Solutions and RAMPF Tooling Solutions will also temporarily be led by Barwitzki and Weber. Jochen Reiff, CEO of RAMPF Tooling Solutions, left the group by mutual agreement on July 31, 2023.

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