About Synbra Group

About Synbra Group

Synbra - Innovation through passion in expanded polystyrene packaging and insulation

Turning knowledge into technology.Technology into creativity. Creativity into innovation. And innovations into working benefits for numerous businesses throughout Europe and beyond. That’s the heart and nature of Synbra Holding.

Synbra on a mission

Based in the Netherlands, with operations throughout Western Europe, we are the specialist in expanded polystyrene (EPS) and specialty foams for industrial products and solutions and sustainable insulation systems. Synbra has been the source of many innovations in various markets. Innovations that make work easier, products better and businesses more profitable. We like to be ahead of time, for the benefit of our customers. That’s Synbra, that’s our culture and EPS is our passion.

Synbra Holding - A market based organization structure

Synbra consists of a holding company and six clusters, which are active in the fields of construction and packaging and in the production of raw materials and recycling. One of the reasons for Synbra’s innovative strength is that we have geographically positioned ourselves very close to our markets. As a whole the group employs 850 people and has 14 production locations in the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and Portugal. Plants are situated locally to customers and are managed by local experts. This market oriented ‘local approach’ keeps us in close touch with our markets on a daily basis. Thinking globally, acting locally, enables us to anticipate and react rapidly to developments in local markets and to improve our product ranges via an open and constructive dialogue with our customers. These positive interactions have resulted in many of our innovations throughout the years.

Doing what the customer wants. Anticipating demands and trends. Some of Synbra’s strongest points.

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Synbra Technology bv

PO Box 37
4870 AA Etten-Leur
the Netherlands
t: +31(0)168 373 373
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