Being one of the delicate and cost driven processes, fibre extrusion needs expertise and high quality economical masterbatch solutions. W&R offers solutions and services for colouration, processability and functionality.


In our daily lives we’re surrounded by textiles made out of synthetic fibres, such as car interiors and floor and wall coverings. But also non-wovens found in consumer goods, hygiene and medical purposes and filtration techniques contain synthetic fibres. Beside that, there are also fabrics made out of woven tapes (raffia), used in the agriculture and construction industry, and artificial turf.


Colour, black and white masterbatches used for fibre extrusion need a critical selection of heat resistant pigments and perfect dispersion.


We work with high performance processing aids and mineral filler compounds as anti-split, used in production of tapes.


We want our products to last as long as possible.

Our right-for-purpose UV-light stabilizers guarantee a long-term protection against UV radiation of your products.

We also investigate and develop new solutions, based on halogen-free technologies, to obtain the best performance while following the norms and standards to produce fire retardant products.


Our perception of the world around us is predominantly inspired by colour. Today, we are using more and more plastic materials in an increasing number of products and in as many different colours. In addition to our broad range of products, we develop masterbatches to meet the precise requirements of our clients application. 


Acting on fast changes in customer needs, manufacturers want to be able to anticipate when it comes to the raw materials they purchase and use for design, colour and additional properties in this dynamic industry.

All your documents in 1 place

W&R provides technical documents 24/7 available via your personalized W&R Portal.
You can look into or download the following up-to-date documents:

Technical Data Sheets
Material Safety Data Sheets
Food Contact Statements 

REACH/SVHC Declarations