The history of Vink

On September 1st 1954, the then one-man business Vink was founded by the businessman M.A. Vink, out of the family home in Oosterbeek, Netherlands. At first, all sales of plastics tubes and fittings were carried through from the back of his old lorry. As a true pioneer, Vink put forth all his time and efforts into convincing the world of all the fine qualities that lied unused in plastics. In may 1964 he reaped the first real fruits from all his hard work when he opened the doors to his new company; Vink Kunststoffen N.V. in the dutch city Arnhem.
 
After this, things started to take of fast for Vink. After using the word "kunsstoffen" (artificial materials) he already had his mind set on going all in on the world of plastics and his stock soon increased from merely tubes and fittings, to also include sheets, rods and foils. Sadly in 1965, M.A. Vink was killed in a tragic car accident, and so he never really got to see how his family carried on his visions into the Vink we know today. 

By the late 80's Vink went international. From a small time business of the back of a truck into a multi million business today with more then 1000 employees branched out into 15 European countries. 

Vink has always - even from the early years - had a reputation for being very customer oriented, not only focusing on supplying plastics, but more at having capable employees that sell the right types and forms of plastics. These qualities has throughout the year helped Vink survive, because we add to our customers quality thereby helping both them and us to succeed.  
 
Vink Plastics China was established in 2012 in corporation with Vink Plastics Denmark. Today Vink Plastics China is a separate and full member of the Vink Plastics Group.

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