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CARBOGEN AMCIS Netherlands

Veenendaal

Our Dutch site is located in the heart of the Netherlands, conveniently located in the middle of Veenendaal city center.

The site was originally established in 1946 as a subsidiary of wool manufacturer Scheepjeswol.

More than 90 employees are working today at the Veenendaal site.

  • Manchester, UK

Activities

Our Veenendaal siteis active in the manufacturing and distribution of Vitamin D analogs, Vitamin D2, Cholesterol and Lanolin derivatives. These products are used in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, shrimp feed, and industrial applications.

    • Manufacturing and distribution of Vitamin D analogs, Vitamin D2, Cholesterol and Lanolin derivatives.
    • Markets: Pharmaceutical, Food, Feed, Cosmetic, Technical and Veterinary.
    • Products distributed across more than 65 countries.

    Life at the sites

    The culture at our Veenendaal site is typically Dutch – we work hard and enjoy a certain level of freedom in our jobs, and most of the time we like to say what we think. At Veenendaal, you will find a family culture where everyone knows everyone (and sometimes their families too). We like to celebrate international festivities such as Easter, Sinterklaas or the first workday of the New Year.

    Our jobs

    The jobs on our site are varied and can be in the following departments:

    • Production Cholesterol
    • Production Vitamin D Analogs
    • Sales
    • Supply Chain
    • Maintenance
    • Quality, Health, Safety, Environment
    • Research & Development
    • Support Functions

    Discover our latest jobs at CARBOGEN AMCIS Netherlands

    Life in the area

    With increasing prosperity and industry a lot of expansion has arisen around the site. The location offers a lot of facilities nearby such as shops, restaurants and cultural institutions. Catch the train and within less than 20 min you will find yourself in the bustling student city of Utrecht.

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