Working at Nouryon

Nouryon manufactures essential chemical products for industries worldwide which are needed for everyday products such as paper, plastics, building materials and personal care items. Safety, sustainability, open innovation, and financial performance are highly valued at Nouryon. Nouryon was officially established in October 2018 after the demerger of AkzoNobel and has offices in the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, China, the USA, and Brazil.

  • HQ in Amsterdam
  • Active in 80 countries
  • 400 employees in Delfzijl
  • 10.000 employees worldwide

Growth possibilities at this company

You can participate in training courses in the field of knowledge development, safety and personal growth. In addition, it is always possible to propose a training course, which suits you and is also of added value for Nouryon.

Why work at Nouryon

Douwe Tuinstra
Douwe Tuinstra
Proces Technologist

There are numerous challenges and I’m given the space to do the work I’m good at. I can also contribute substantially to energy savings and I work in a fun and diverse team.

Ruud Kooistra
Ruud Kooistra
Reliability Engineer

I came to work at Nouryon because of the good work training possibilities and the broad range of positions. Within the Chemical Park Delfzijl, there are several companies ranging from energy centre to “real” chemistry. As technology enthusiast, I have sufficient challenges here.

Alexander Ziel
Alexander Ziel
Proces Technlogist

I was looking for a job in the neighbourhood of Groningen, preferably as a technologist at a factory. Nouryon is one of the more famous companies in the Netherlands, the working conditions and development opportunities are good. Then at the time I was looking for a job, there was fortunately a vacancy at Nouryon.

Jobs at Nouryon

What is our biggest challenge?

Sustainability is a cornerstone of the overall strategy to achieve longterm success. Nouryon sees sustainability not just as the right thing to do, but as a true business opportunity that delivers value to everyone involved

‘Sustainability is a cornerstone of the overall strategy to achieve longterm success.’