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Polymer specialist Rehau invests in Austrian production

Head of operations in South East Europe R. Daum © Rehau

Rehau is considered to be a leading system and service provider of polymer-based solutions for construction, automotive and industry, for example in the fields of energy-efficient construction, use of regenerative energies, water management, mobility and future living.

The globally operating family-owned German company generates revenue of EUR 3.4 billion, with more than 20,000 employees in 50 countries. The Austrian subsidiary based in Guntramsdorf, Lower Austria employs a staff of about 450 people, coordinates business operations in South East Europe and has Group responsibility for the production of glass fiber telecommunications technology and patio floors made of wood polymer composites. The production in Neulengbach is now being expanded at a cost of EUR 4.5 million.

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