Renosol Corporation was formed in 1981 from the Chemical Specialties Division of Hoover Universal. Its business at that time was formulating polyurethane and plastisol compounds.
In 1987, Renosol entered the automotive interiors market,
molding seats for the GM Corvette. This became its largest
sector for a number of years. After expanding its operations
from Michigan to Ohio and Alabama, Renosol was featured in the
Inc. Magazine 5,000 List of the Fastest Growing Companies in the U.S. with 136.4% revenue growth between 2003 and 2006.
In late 2007, Renosol sold its seating interests and returned to a smaller operation, similar to the organization it was at its beginning. Over the years, Renosol has accomplished a series of 'firsts', among them:
|1991||First in the U.S. to commercialize a non-CFC, non-HCFC integral skin polyurethane foam system.|
|2002||Renosol introduces a reduced-amine-producing seating formulation based on Dow Chemical Company's VORANOL™ VORACTIV™polyol.|
|2007||Renosol develops a soy polyurethane formulation for use in automotive seating: introduced in the 2008 Ford Mustang|
Renosol continues exploring new technologies.
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Bay City, Michigan 48708
Renosol Corporation formerly operated a joint venture with Lear Corporation involving its polyurethane formulations and seating businesses. Following the termination of that joint venture, Renosol Corporation terminated operations at the Farwell, Michigan; Hebron, Ohio; and Selma, Alabama; plants. Those plants continue to operate under Lear Corporation ownership as Renosol Seating, LLC.
Renosol's quality and environmental management systems are registered to international standards. Its 3rd party registrar is NSF International Strategic Registration Systems.
Our quality policy is to continually improve our products and service to achieve total customer satisfaction and be the preferred supplier in each industry we serve.
Renosol Corporation endeavors in all its activities to promote a better environment. We recognize that our activities have impacts on our employees and the surrounding community. It is our desire to reduce adverse impacts of our business by:
- continually reviewing our norms and practices relative to their effect on health, safety and the environment; and
- taking measures to prevent pollution and injury, conserve resources, minimize waste, improve working conditions and comply with all applicable environmental laws, regulations and other requirements.
Renosol's CAGE / NCAGE code for U.S. government contracting is 59CU7