Rembrandtin is your specialist for industrial coatings in niche segments. Protective coatings, road marking materials, high-heat resistant coatings, core plate varnishes and railway coatings are part of the comprehensive product range. In the field of railway coatings, Rembrandtin holds international approvals from renowned rail operators.
Rembrandtin occupies a leading market position in numerous sectors, which we intend to expand further. Germany, France, Sweden, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia and Bulgaria are our focus markets. Outside Europe, India, China, the USA, Japan and Brazil are among the countries supplied. In total, Rembrandtin exports more than 70 % of its production. Thanks to our international representatives, we can offer our customers technical support and service on site.
We are committed to environmental protection and sustainable development. Many awards document the pioneering role of our company in the chemical industry. At the Austrian Research Institute for Chemistry and Technology, Rembrandtin is significantly involved in research and development work for the entire industry.
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Foundation of the Company
The Rembrandtin Lack GmbH Nfg. KG of today can trace its origins back to a small paint factory in nearby Donaufelderstrasse.
The founder, Julius Seidler, acquired the small paint factory from the Dutch company Varossieau & Cie in the year 1937.
The company name was inspired by the Old Master Rembrandt, as in the 1940’s his image featured on the paint cans fo what is today Rembrandtin Lack.
Our history in chronological order
- 1937 Julius Seidler acquires a small paint factory from the Dutch company Varossieau & Cie in Donaufelderstrass
- 1947 Inspired by a label showing the famous painter, Rembrandt, the paint factory now trades under the name Rembrandtin Lackfabrik Julius Seidler.
- 1967 Generational change in Rembrandtin. Helmuth Seidler joins in the company of his father and continues his work.
- 1981 Helmuth Seidler becomes managing director of the company.
- 1982 National Coat of Arms Award
- 1987 Decision to build the new paint factory
- 1989 On completion of the 11-month construction work, the modern plant is inaugurated in the presence of leading personalities from the world of politics and business.
- 1990 Environment-Oscar Award
- 1993 ALTANA Chemie AG buys through the former mother company RHENANIA Werke the majority stake in Rembrandtin.
- 1994 Awarded with the Responsible Care Certficate and the Environment Pirze of Wiener Wirtschaft.
- 1995 ISO 9001, Environmental Manager of the Month
- 1998 Eco Audit / ISO 14001
- 1999 Austrian Environmental Award
- 2000 Austrian Environmental Award
- 2004 Awarded the Interdisc as an exemplary apprentice training company
- 2005 EKAFIN Mittelstandsfinanzierung AG acquires 100% of the shares of ALTANA Chemie AG. The company concentrates on 4 product pillars: electrical steel coatings, industrial coatings, corrosion protection systems and road marking paints.
- 2006 After a successful business year in 2005, the Ring International Holding takes over the entire interest from EK Mittelstandsfinanzierungs AG. The aim is to position Rembrandtin even better in its core markets and expand in all sectors.
- 2009 Divestment of the following enterprises: Rembrandtin S.r.o., Brno/Czech Republic
- 2013 Establishment of Rembrandtin Germany
- 2014 Ring International Holding AG becomes majority owner of the European Helios Group – with it Rembrandtin becomes part of this paint group. Since then, Rembrandtin has benefited from direct exchange within the group. In product development, the company has access to state-of-the-art infrastructure.
- 2017 the Helios Group becomes part of KANSAI PAINT, one of the leading international paint manufacturers. Rembrandtin is one of the top 10 coating producers in the world.