About Shin-Etsu

About Shin-Etsu

Shin-Etsu PVC is part of Shin-Etsu Chemical Ltd., world leader in the production of PVC. Production in the Netherlands takes place at two modern plants. The Botlek Business Park plant produces vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), the raw material for the production of polyvinyl chloride (PVC). PVC production takes place at our Pernis site.

Performance, quality, innovation, environment, and safety are pivotal to our work. We have customers all over Europe. They process our PVC into piping systems, window frames, cables, floor coverings, and even in super-fast sports cars.

It takes more than just luck to reach a prominent position.

As one of the giants of the chemical industry, we invest a great deal in technology and innovation. And in health, the environment and safety as well. After all, that is why our production facilities are ISO certified. What is the reason for our success? Well, to a large extent, our employees. Our satisfied employees. Shin-Etsu invests a great deal in professional and personal development, and we also offer good working conditions and terms of employment. We can even claim to set an example in this part of the country.

Vacancies

Unfortunately, our vacancies are only available in Dutch. If you would like to see the vacancies, click here.

For more information, you can call our Human Resource Advisor Sharon de Groot, T: + 31 10 438 9772. If you would like to apply for a certain position, please send an email to:solliciteren@shinetsu.nl

Employee testimonials

I grew up in Poland and moved to the Netherlands when I was 12. After receiving a technical education here, I went to work for Shin-Etsu as an operator because it is an interesting manufacturer, while the organization itself is amenable and not too big. Shin-Etsu offers good terms of employment and invests a great deal in its staff - you are always learning something new!

Jarek Baraniak
operator
 

I work in the Sales Office as a customer services coordinator. This is a job with lots of variety and with contacts throughout Europe. When I became a mother, I was able to go over to working three days a week, thanks to the Dutch life-course savings scheme. That was no problem and in fact was well received. I work in a small team, and this offers me plenty of opportunities to develop my talents.

Louise Wijnberg
customer service coördinator

 

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