Technological advantage and ecological responsibility

With a technological advantage in foundry technology, we are always in a position to offer our customers highly sophisticated products.

A clear business concept as well as qualified and motivated employees are the heart of our medium-sized company, which has been located in Jünkerath (Eifel) for 330 years. Our strengths in consulting, construction and production of high-quality castings have made Vulcast Germany GmbH a globally operating company.

Our goals in the areas of quality – environment – energy management.

Quality awareness

Quality-conscious thinking and acting are essential components of our quality policy. It applies to all activities of the company.

Environmental awareness

Environment-oriented thinking and acting determine our corporate policy. We commit ourselves beyond the legal requirements to a continuous improvement of the operational environmental protection.

Energy management

As an energy-intensive company, we have a special responsibility to use electricity and gas in a resource-conserving manner. This is the focus of our business activities.

We document all this every year through internal and external audits and the obtaining of corresponding certificates.

Quality-conscious thinking and acting are essential components of our corporate policy.

Scope of application of the management system

The management system is binding for the Vulcast Germany GmbH plant, Graf von Manderscheid Straße 1 in 54584 Jünkerath (corridor 10 30/6).

We will be happy to make our environmental policy available to interested parties on site on request.
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Our tradition and history

The iron industry played an important role in the history of the Eifel, as it shaped the landscape and people in its time of prosperity (15th-19th century).

Therefore it was an essential factor for the cultural and economic development of the Eifel. The raw materials were on the doorstep, so to speak, as there were forests for the preparation of charcoal, ironstone was mined in nearby opencast mines and the streams and rivers drove the bellows and hammers of the first huts.