Deceuninck

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Deceuninck
Public (Euronext: DECB)
Founded1937
Headquarters,
Key people
Francis Van Eeckhout (CEO)
ProductsProfiles & building products for
  • Windows & doors
  • Interior
  • Roofline & cladding
  • Outdoor living (Terrace/Fencing)
Number of employees
2,816 (2010)
WebsiteDeceuninck website

Deceuninck NV is a Belgian designer and producer of PVC systems for windows and doors, interior, roofline & cladding and terraces. The company extrudes PVC and the single base material Twinson.

Founded in 1937, with its headquarters in Hooglede-Gits, the Deceuninck Group operates in more than 75 countries and has 35 subsidiaries across Europe, North America and Asia, including the United States, United Kingdom, Russia and Turkey.[1][2] It was listed on the Brussels Stock Exchange in 1985 [3] and achieved a turnover of 506.4 million euros in 2009. As of 2010 it employs 2,816 full-time employees.

Cycling[edit]

Starting 2019 they signed a multiyear deal with Patrick Lefévère's cycling team as new title sponsor, resulting in Deceuninck-Quick-Step as the new team name.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Financial Times
  2. ^ Plunkett, Jack, W. (2006). Chemicals, Coatings and Plastics Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends and Leading Companies. Plunkett's Chemicals, Coatings and Plastics Industry Almanac 2007. Plunkett Research, Ltd. ISBN 1-59392-417-8.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  3. ^ Grant, Tina (1988). International Directory of Company Histories, Volume 84. St. James Press. p. 94. ISBN 1-55862-588-7.
  4. ^ "Quick-Step add Deceuninck as new title sponsor for 2019". cyclingnews.com.

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