Members in the Spotlight: VYNCKE Co., Ltd.
QUALITY SINCE 1912
LONG BEFORE KYOTO – CLEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY FROM BELGIUM.
Louis VYNCKE based at the heart of the Flemish flax industry pioneered from a blacksmith in Gullegem to a visionary entrepreneur by converting coal boilers to flax waste-fired biomass boilers.
Powered by the success of their father, Michel and Rene VYNCKE moved to Harelbeke, bought an old train hall which still houses one of the company’s production facilities and laid the foundations of today’s VYNCKE.
From the 70’s onwards, the flax commerce disappeared but new possibilities occurred as the wood industry discovered the advantages of energy production from its own wood waste. The international expansion starts with Dirk VYNCKE proclaiming his passion for fire to the world, from Europe to Asia and Latin America.
Today, the 4th generation with Peter and Dieter VYNCKE, continues the success story together with a growing number of Vynckeneers and increasingly complex business solutions.
WE WANT TO BE THE STANDARD AGAINST WHICH OTHERS ARE JUDGED
VYNCKE wants to be the benchmark in partnership experience with all its stakeholders : Customers, Vynckeneers, Suppliers, Business Partners, Society…
This is realized through a continual focus on safety and improvement related to its products, services, processes, first impression, communication, value creation, …
In our search for continual improvement we use different indicators to judge our progress, amongst which the customers’ satisfaction and feedback are primary key indicators.
The joint and complimentary effort of all Vynckeneers is necessary to accomplish the satisfaction and happiness of all our stakeholders.
We learn from our mistakes, from each other, from our customers & suppliers.
This results in an evolving set of practices, tools, methods and training effort for managing our company – all in compliance with applicable laws & regulations.
VYNCKE designs and builds green and clean energy plants burning biomass and waste to produce thermal energy from 1 – 100 MWth and electrical power from 0.5 – 15 MWe. The energy comes individually or in any combination of steam, hot water, thermal oil and hot gas … with or without electrical power generation.
In Thailand, Vyncke is Managed since 2019 by Kristof Ghekiere and employs 12 FTE’s. Globally the company employs 376 people.