Worlée-Chemie GmbH

From left.: Joachim Freude (General Manager), Andreas Jaschinski (Head of Sales GAS), Dr. Stefan Mansel (Global Sales Director). Copyright: Jenner Egberts Fotografie

Do you know our ABC of raw materials? At Worlée-Chemie, this acronym stands for “Additives, Binders and Colors” – three letters that concisely and precisely describe our portfolio for the paint and coatings industry.

What began as a newly founded natural resins business in 1851 has now become an internationally active company with customers throughout the entire world. In our facilities in Lauenburg and Lübeck, we produce water- and solvent-based acrylic and alkyd resins as well as polyesters, polyester polyols, epoxy esters and much more. In addition to our own private label offerings, an extensive selection of commercial products is also available that we are continually expanding with the addition of innovative items. For extra clarity when considering this very broad assortment of private label and commercial products, customers may utilize the services of Worlée’s field representatives, who are also available to deliver guide formulations.

If we do not happen to have precisely the right item available for you in our regular range of products, our research and development department is ready to devise something new. Here, we work closely with our own application laboratory to directly address customer needs in order to develop custom products with individual characteristics.

No matter what sort of additive or binder is sent out from our site, the same holds true: all raw materials are handled at Worlée-Chemie in a manner that cares for the environment and conserves resources. Thanks to our sustainable production processes, we were the first chemical company to be accepted into the prestigious group of Climate Protection Companies, as we combine sustainability and the highest quality with particularly progressive products. Further, we are constantly searching for new ways to improve ourselves.

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