Polymers for Europe Alliance


What is the Polymers for Europe Alliance?


The Alliance was initiated by the European Plastics Converters association (EuPC) during its General Assembly in May 2015. It is an online, confidential information platform open to all parties who have an interest in the competitive conversion of polymers in Europe. Its objectives are to provide factual public information on the status of the polymer supply situation in Europe and to re-establish a constructive dialogue with the supply base.


What does the Polymers for Europe Alliance offer?


  • Free registration and free access to the Polymers for Europe Alliance online forum where you have access to a wide range of documents including:


-   Current polymer market situation and production capacity

-   EU Import Duties Suspensions / Quotas proceedings

-   Force Majeure Analysis

-   Legal guidance on joint purchasing agreements


  • Annual Best Polymer Producers Awards for Europe:

    In February 2016, the Alliance launched for the first time the voting for the Best Polymer Producers Awards for Europe, an online Europe-wide customers’ satisfaction survey for all polymer users in Europe. All users of polymers in Europe - provided that they have subscribed to the Alliance - were eligible to access the voting tool free of charge and in strict confidence. They could rate their suppliers’ performances from 2015 up to May 2016 regarding the five specific criteria Quality, Regulatory Compliance, Delivery performance, Communication and Innovation.

    Within three months we received nearly 250 ratings from polymer users all over Europe. Based on their votings the seven winners of the Best Polymer Producers Awards for Europe 2016 were announced and awarded during the European Plastics Converters (EuPC) Annual Meeting on 3 June 2016 in Lyon. Read more...

    The opening date for the next voting round of the Best Polymer Producers Awards for Europe 2017 will be February 2017.


  • Initiate studies and publish reports for members, e.g. exploratory industry study to assess the level of competitiveness of the European plastics converting industry.
  • Assist raw material users through the EuPC network of national plastics associations as well as request suspension of certain EU import duties to relieve shortages on polymer markets.


  • Provide legal assistance for companies that seek legal action against their polymer suppliers due to erroneous force majeure declarations.




Registration & Contact

If you would like to register, please click here.*


If you would like to receive more information,

please contact Polymer Comply Europe via info@pceu.eu or Tel: +32 2 732 41 24.


*PCE reserves the right to deny registration to applicants not fulfilling the registration conditions.

Plastics Converters Associations may register free of charge once dissemination requirements have been met.

For further information, please contact Eva Schneider, eva.schneider@eupc.org.