History

  • Vandex History

In 1943 the Danish chemist Lauritz Jensen patented the new capillary active concrete waterproofing method.  In 1946 he founded his first company in Denmark and called it VANDEX ("water out").

Owing to its many advantages and distinct benefits, the Vandex method soon succeeded in the Scandinavian market and subsequently gained ground in its European counterpart.

In the 50's and 60's Vandex penetrated the world market through subsidaries, licensing, and distributorships.

In 1979, the Vandex Group was acquired by Swiss interests and Vandex International Ltd founded as the new vehicle for the Vandex Group's International activites.  

In the 90's further markets were opened in Eastern Europe, Asia, and South America.

Today Vandex is established and recognised as a leading brand in its field in over 70 countries worldwide.

December 1991: Incorporation of Vandex AG, Switzerland as part of the Vandex Group and set up of a sales organization for the Swiss market

April 1999: Relocation to the new office and production facility in Schwarzenbek/Germany and start to operate the modern and fully automated production equipment.

May 2006: Vandex joined RPM International Inc. 

RPM International Inc. is a holding company owing subsidiaries that are world leaders in specialty coatings, sealants, and building materials serving the industrial and consumer markets.

June 2013: Intensifying the cooperation with RPM-Belgium Group (MMA/PUMA technology) and going to market unique solutions for the construction industry.

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