Company Indulor

Who we are

Since over 40 years the Indulor Group is recognized internationally as a Specialist for Macromolecular Chemistry. In the following we would like to give you a short overview of our main development stations from a small start-up business to a transnational company.


Indulor was founded in 1978 in Ankum, Germany by Erwin Fengler. Starting with the development of polymers for adhesives used in the construction industry, the products sold were produced by external suppliers.

Recognizing the continuous growth of our customer base and the steady expansion of our product range, we established our own production facility in Bramsche-Hesepe in 1988. This plant provided an annual production capacity of 15,000 tonnes per year.

As sales volumes increased throughout Europe and our product programme continued to expand, we established a second production facility in Bitterfeld, Germany in 1997. Like the site in Bramsche, this facility was built to state-of-the-art technical and ecological standards.

In 2006 we established the Centre of Polymer Development (ZPA) in Bramsche-Hesepe, where the Research and Development department together with the technical service are located. By establishing the ZPA we are able to better meet the customers' needs and to improve on our capacity for testing and development work.

In 2010, we enlarged our assortment by Fluorescent Whitening Agents for the paper industry through the acquisition of the company Blankophor GmbH & Co. KG ( ).

Blankophor GmbH & Co. KG is a young, vital, company with long tradition as supplier to the paper industry.

Today we serve our customers in all regions worldwide with a production capacity of 245,000 tonnes per year of dispersions and solid resins. Furthermore, we have become one of the main suppliers in the Graphic Arts market (Printing Inks and Overprint Varnishes).  This development induced us to set up a forth production plant in Graham, NC which is running since 2017. By opening this plant we increased our production capacity by 50,000 tonnes per year.