Who are Trinseo?

Who are Trinseo?

Trinseo is a global materials solutions provider.

Trinseo focuses on delivering innovative and sustainable solutions to help our customers create products that are intrinsic to how we live – products that touch lives every day across a wide range of end-markets.

Trinseo is a global materials solutions provider and a manufacturer of plastics, latex binders and synthetic rubber.

Trinseo focuses on delivering innovative and sustainable solutions to help our customers create products that are intrinsic to how we live – products that touch lives every day across a wide range of end-markets.

We are passionately dedicated to helping our customers meet their most complex materials challenges – whether they are creating electronics that are thinner and lighter. Our plastics enable manufacturers to create LED lighting that is brighter and reduces energy consumption and medical devices that are impervious to the harsh chemical cleansers used in sterilisation.

Our latex binders enable manufacturers to deliver tailored solutions that enhance packaging materials and help highway infrastructure last longer.

Global Resources

Trinseo delivers an unmatched combination of global reach, operational excellence, expertise, leading intellectual property, world-scale assets, and global R&D presence.

Global Resources

Trinseo delivers an unmatched combination of global reach, operational excellence, expertise, leading intellectual property, world-scale assets, and global R&D presence.

$3 BILLION

REVENUE IN 20201

3800

EMPLOYEES

16

R&D FACILITIES GLOBALLY

26

MANUFACTURING SITES GLOBALLY

$3 BILLION

REVENUE IN 20201

16

R&D FACILITIES GLOBALLY

26

MANUFACTURING SITES GLOBALLY

3800

EMPLOYEES
1 Net sales of $3.0 billion was reported in the 2020 10-K and do not include amounts from the 2021 PMMA acquisitions. Net sales from the PMMA business acquired from Arkema on May 3, 2021 were approximately $565 million in 2020. Net sales for the announced Aristech Surfaces acquisition were $194 million for the trailing twelve months ending in June 2021. The Synthetic Rubber segment was moved to discontinued operations as of the second quarter of 2021; net sales for this segment in 2020 were $320 million.