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Azelis and Marubeni join together for strength in Asia

02-08-2012

Marubeni Corporation and Azelis announced a joint cooperation agreement to work together in Asia. This win-win deal is seen to considerably strengthen both parties and will help to further drive their shared ambition for rapid expansion and sustainable business development in the region. Many ...

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LANXESS steps up commitment to China through local investments

Groundbreaking for new leather chemicals plant in Changzhou

01-08-2011

LANXESS is strengthening its commitment to serve the growing Chinese market with premium products by making a number of local investments totaling more than EUR 40 million. “China remains one of the fastest growing markets in Asia and a key pillar of our mid-term growth strategy,” said LANXESS ...

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Clariant focuses on further Growth in China

New Pigment Joint Venture to Open in Hangzhou

21-10-2010

Swiss specialty chemicals company Clariant continues to strengthen its presence in Greater China with the official opening of its new Greater China headquarters in Shanghai today, October 20, 2010. The new facility also includes a new technical application center for pigments. Clariant further ...

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DKSH appoints new head for specialty chemicals and ingredients business China

07-07-2010

Sherman Chau has been appointed by Swiss-based DKSH as Local Business Unit Manager Performance Materials China, effective July 19, 2010. He brings 17 years of experience in the specialty chemicals industry and will further strengthen the Business Unit’s position as the preferred partner for ...

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AkzoNobel sets $3 billion China target for 2015

05-07-2010

AkzoNobel announced that it plans to double its current revenue in China within five years. A target of $3 billion has been set for 2015, with China poised to play an integral role in AkzoNobel's strategic focus on the world's growth regions. "The importance of Asia, particularly China, has ...

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Green surfactants for Asia: Cognis opens new APG facility in China

31-05-2010

Specialty chemicals supplier Cognis officially opened a new state-of-the-art production facility for alkyl polyglucoside (APG®) surfactants at its site in Jinshan, China. The company also signed the Responsible Care Charter there. Along with its other two production sites for APG® surfactants in ...

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AkzoNobel to add new plant at Ningbo site in China

30-04-2010

AkzoNobel is to build an additional plant at its Ningbo multi-site for its Functional Chemicals business. The new €17 million project - part of a total investment of €275 million - will further expand the company's rapidly growing organic peroxides activities. Production of chelates has already ...

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LANXESS expands capacities for high-tech plastics in China

Investment in additional production line at Wuxi site

22-04-2010

LANXESS will expand capacities at its state-of-the-art compounding plant for high-tech plastics in Wuxi, China. The specialty chemicals company will invest in a third production line at the plant, which will increase compounding capacities by nearly 50 percent and is scheduled to go on stream ...

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AkzoNobel expanding capacity in China

12-04-2010

AkzoNobel has underlined its strategic commitment to investing in high growth markets following the official opening of a plant expansion for the manufacture of monochloroacetic acid (MCA) in China. The company's Taixing site - which now boasts production capacity of 60,000 MT/year - is the ...

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AkzoNobel’s Ningbo plant starts production

23-12-2009

This week, production will start at AkzoNobel’s chelates facility located at the company’s new €275 million multi-site in Ningbo, China. New ethylene amines and ethylene oxide factories are also due to begin production at the site in 2010, followed by an organic peroxides facility. “China is a ...

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