MPI is an independent chemical company from Dutch origin, with a global presence, dating back to the early 70's. By incorporating several production facilities, we are able to supply a wide range of additives. And through our headquarters in the Netherlands, agents across the continent and multiple warehouses in the Benelux, we focus especially on the European plastics and coatings industries. We are thereby fully committed to become and remain a reliable long-term business partner, by continuing to offer competitive prices combined with the best possible service.
Originating from an Amsterdam-based trading house, MPI, was established in the Dutch town of Houten in 1992. By strategic investments in manufacturing facilities in Europe and Asia, MPI obtained a continuous supply of high-quality materials at competitive prices. As a result MPI quickly became synonymous for cost-efficiency within the European plastics and coatings industries.
Our goal is to deliver products at competitive prices, while offering flexibility and an excellent 'round the clock' service to our customers. This vision defines us and supports our business principles, as we strive to develop solid and long-term relations with our business partners.
MPI is recognized by its numerous customers as a truly reliable supplier and we will always think ahead in our customers' interest. We maintain safety stocks for our customers at our warehouses, in order to supply within a couple of days across the European continent. This has a positive effect on the cash-flow position and storage capacity of our customers.
On all matters relating to REACH, Classification & Labelling, Food Contact and other relevant regulations, we closely cooperate with our customers and assist them where needed. All substances that are supplied by MPI Chemie BV, which are manufactured in Europe or imported into Europe, have been successfully (pre-)registered according to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. MPI Chemie BV has also notified all substances manufactured in Europe or imported into Europe, according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008.