Positioned in Türkiye’s Top 500 Industrial Enterprises, Kimpur is the polyurethane system house with the largest capacity in the region with a capacity of 130.000 tons in Türkiye and 25.000 tones of subsidiary firm in Europe. With the new Düzce investment Kimpur aims to increase its capacity to 220,000 tons. It leads the industry by exporting to more than 50 countries in 5 continents. The polyurethane systems and polyester polyols Kimpur manufactures are used different sectors such as footwear, automotive, furniture, insulation-construction and defense industries.
Kimpur was divided in 2015 and left its activities for distributorship branches for Kimteks Kimya and continues its operations as Kimteks Poliüretan San. Ve Tic. A.Ş. as focused on polyurethane.
As the first and wholly-domestic polyurethane system manufacturer of Türkiye, it maintains to produce customized solutions through technology and R&D investments.
Kimteks Poliüretan Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş. with the brand name of “Kimpur” has adopted constant development, human resources investment, ability to adapt to the transformation and strong communication network which it has established with its all partners as the constituent of its quality and service understanding. It has adopted to respect and care about the nature and human health as principle while meeting such targets.
Kimpur aims to sustain its success and leading position in line with the care it has attached to the satisfaction of its suppliers, customers and employees.
Kimpur – Düzce Production Facility
Kimpur laid the foundations of its production facility in Düzce with the aim of harnessing solar energy, a renewable and clean energy source, and developing environmentally friendly solutions.
Located in Düzce Gümüşova OSB with an annual capacity of 65,000 tons in total, the facility is planned to produce 50,000 tons of polyurethane systems, a recycling facility producing 5,000 tons of green products synthesized from PET waste, polyester polyol production, and 10,000 tons of additional ‘EVA granule raw material.’ The goal is to reach this capacity for the facility between 2022 and 2024.