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067 123 7755

067 123 7755

Windows VEKA

(343 ratings, average: 4.7 from 5)

Systems VEKA

veka euroline pro 58

А класс | 58 mm

VEKA Euroline Pro 58

veka softline 70

А класс | 70 mm

VEKA Softline 70

veka softline 82

А класс | 82 mm

VEKA Softline 82

Features of VEKA

особенности veka

Unique SPECTRAL surface

The SPECTRAL surface is a unique development of VEKA with a matte surface, tactilely reminiscent of velvet. Under different lighting conditions, it has a certain range of shades that resemble the matte painted surface of aluminum.
In addition to the aesthetic appearance, the surface reflects thermal energy 30% more than conventional lamination, significantly reducing heating and, as a result, thermal expansion of the profile.

The design line is constantly updated with new colors.

особенности veka

Class A systems only

The German concern VEKA produces systems only of class A. This is the highest class according to the independent certification of the German RAL laboratory.
The Reichsausschuß für Lieferbedingungen und Gütesicherung (State Committee for Delivery Conditions) is one of the most respected standards in Europe.

Brand history


  • основатель veka

    Heinrich Laumann

  • 1969

    Heinrich Laumann founded VEKA in Sendenhorst, West Germany. At this time, the company employs 8 people, one of whom is Heinrich Laumann.

  • 1970 - 1976

    In 1970 VEKA began preparations for the production of window profiles. The first “Basis” window system quickly became a hit. The product line has been expanded to include systems for residential and sliding doors.
    In 1974 VEKA acquires a 115,000 m² industrial site in Sendenhorst, where a new extrusion plant can be built.

  • 1977 - 1981

    New plant with a production area of 41,500 m². In 1981, the first mixing station (at the Sendenhorst site) goes into operation.

  • 1983 - 1987

    1983 – the first branches are opened in Spain and the USA. They were followed in 1984 by a subsidiary in France, which quickly became the No. 1 in the French market. 1986 VEKA UK begins production in the UK. In 1987, the new VEKA plant is opened in Thonon-les-Bains, France.

  • 1990 - 1992

    The company becomes a limited liability company (LLC) VEKA GmbH. In 1992 VEKA takes the legal form of an open joint stock company. The shares are owned by the Laumann family. The annual turnover reaches 552 million German marks.

  • 1991 - 1993

    The VEKA Umwelttechnik GmbH plant in Beringen is founded. It becomes the largest and most modern window recycling facility in Europe. Windows, doors, roller shutters and PVC-U profiles are completely recyclable and subsequently returned to the profile production cycle without loss of quality.

  • 1994 - 1998

    Expansion in Eastern Europe: 1994 – the Polish branch of “VEKA Polska”, 1996 – the sales office in Moscow, which is responsible for working with all the former states of the Soviet Union. The Moscow branch of “VEKA Rus” was founded in 1998, and next year it will start production on three extrusion lines.

  • 1994 - 1999

    Asian expansion: 1994 – an enterprise with a Chinese partner in the People’s Republic of China. It is followed by factories in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and India.

  • 2000

    Heinrich Laumann resigns from the Board and becomes Chairman of the Supervisory Board. Hubert Hecker becomes chairman of the board of the company, which is still run by the Laumann family.
    Subsidiaries VEKA România S.R.L. (Bucharest), VEKA México (Monterrey) and VEKA do Brasil Ltda. (Florianopolis) are founded. The VEKA Group’s turnover is 517.8 million euros.

  • 2006

    In September 2006, VEKA Ukraine LLC opens an official representative office (office and warehouse) in Ukraine, town Kalinovka.

  • 2007

    July 1, 2007 – construction of a plant in Ukraine. For a year, near Kiev, on an area of 2.7 hectares, literally in a field, a plant built according to the latest modern world technology has grown. This provided a reduction in the cost of transporting finished products from Europe.

  • 2008

    A second processing line was installed at VEKA Umwelttechnik, increasing the total annual capacity from 20,000 tons to 50,000 tons per year.

  • 2010

    Presentation of VEKA SOFTLINE 82 – the first system with an installation depth of 82 mm. The new system, which includes about 40 geometric shapes, is one of the most complete profile systems on the market, offering the maximum design freedom possible for window manufacturers.

  • 2011

    British subsidiary VEKA plc acquires one of the largest competitors in the UK market, Bowater Building Products Ltd, a manufacturer of WHS-branded systems.

  • 2012

    Launch of a new mixing center at the VEKA Ukraine plant in the town Kalinovka.

  • 2014

    VEKA Group acquires plastics processing company GEALAN. Income reaches 1 billion euros. The group currently consists of 36 subsidiaries with approximately 5,000 employees on three continents.

  • 2017

    Presentation of the new VEKA Spectral color scheme

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