Rubber and plastics industry in Romania: FLEXIBIL
Flexibil is a manufacturer of parts and systems for vibration control and noise isolation solutions, which are engineered using vulcanized rubber-metal technology. Flexibil’s solutions are used in various industries.
The Flexibil team is able to satisfy the requirements of a wide variety of clients, in various fields of activity such as: the railway industry, construction machinery, special vehicles, wind turbines, marine industry, general engineering applications, etc. In 2001 Flexibil began to export products to European countries and today over 92% of its production is delivered to the following markets: Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, and Bulgaria.
Flexibil has reached a leading position among the European producers of vulcanized rubber-metal products, with special applications. This is a result of advanced technological knowledge gained through research, internal development and purchases of new equipment.
The mission of the Flexibil staff is to continue growing as a global provider of rubber-metal solutions for vibration control and noise isolation, having as an end goal complete customer, employee and shareholder satisfaction. All processes involved are developed in full compliance with the European requirements for environmental and occupational safety.
Flexibil owns a 4400 sq. m. production plant with modern, flexible and efficient production facilities, which render consistency in quality. The company now works with a team of over 70 people who specialize in different fields: metal processing, rubber mixtures, vulcanization, research and development, etc.
Flexibil incorporates the company Flexibil Schwingungstechik GmbH as its representative for the German market. Flexibil’s products have various industrial applications, particularly in niche areas of parts with special applications. Manufactured in small and medium batches (hundreds and thousands of items), these can be used by original equipment manufacturers or as spare parts.
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