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Arkema: Proposed shutdown of fluorogas production in Zaramillo, Spain

11-09-2014

As part of a plan to improve the profitability of its fluorogas business, on September 9th Arkema presented to the Zaramillo plant’s personnel representative bodies a project for the closure of fluorogas productions at its Spanish site. The European fluorogas industry has been severely impacted ...

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Arkema: Start-up of a new methyl acrylate plant in Texas

04-08-2014

Arkema announces the start-up of its new plant for the production of methyl acrylate, an acrylic acid derivative used in the manufacture of polymers for water treatment, elastomers and engineering polymers. This investment, on its Clear Lake site in Texas, represents the last phase of a $110 M ...

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Arkema brings new China coating resins plant online

19-11-2013

Arkema has officially started its new 60,000 MTY emulsion polymers facility on its Changshu platform. The plant, part of Arkema’s Coating Resins business unit, will serve customers in the Asia Pacific region with a full line of waterborne emulsion polymers for coatings and adhesives ...

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Arkema is announcing the construction of production capacities for new refrigerant fluorinated gas 1234yf

06-09-2013

Arkema is announcing that it is moving forward with the construction of a 1234yf LGWP refrigerant gas production plant with an anticipated start-up in 2016. Forane 1234yf refrigerant gas will serve the future needs and satisfy regulations in the global automotive mobile air conditioning ...

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Arkema and CJ officially launch the construction of their Bio-Methionine and Thiochemicals complex in Malaysia

11-10-2012

In the presence of the Prime Minister of Malaysia, CJ and Arkema invited 500 guests for the Ground Breaking Ceremony of their project in Kerteh, in the State of Terengganu in Malaysia.After several years of studies, the construction of the first Bio-Methionine plant in the world and Thiochemicals ...

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Arkema finalizes the acquisition of an Acrylic Emulsions site in Brazil

08-10-2012

The project for the acquisition by the Arkema subsidiary Coatex of an acrylic additives and emulsions production site from Brazilian company Resicryl, was closed on October 1st 2012 as scheduled. This transaction fits with the Group's strategy to increase its presence in high-growth countries, ...

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Successful startup of Arkema’s Kynar fluoropolymer 50% capacity increase at its Changshu site, China

26-07-2012

Arkema has brought on stream, several weeks ahead of schedule, the 50% increase in its fluorinated polymer production capacity at its Changshu site announced early 2011. This new capacity will enable the Group to consolidate its leading position in this high added value product line which offers ...

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Arkema invests over €70M in Fluoropolymers in France

29-06-2012

Arkema announces a major project for the development of its Kynar® PVDF business in Europe. Over €70M are to be invested into the Pierre-Bénite site in France, in particular to increase Kynar® PVDF production capacity by 50%, and so support customers in high-growth applications. This capital ...

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Arkema and CJ Cheil-Jedang select Malaysia for their Bio-Methionine and Thiochemicals plants

18-08-2011

After a long and thorough study on the best place to build their plants, CJ Cheil-Jedang and Arkema have selected the site of Kerteh, in the state of Terengganu in Malaysia. Thanks to the best efforts of the Government of Malaysia, the Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation and the East Coast ...

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Sumitomo Seika expands the production capacity of its superabsorbents on Arkema Carling site

06-06-2011

On May 31st 2011, Sumitomo Seika announced a project to add a new train to the existing superabsorbent production facility at Arkema’s Carling acrylics platform (Moselle, France). This project will expand the site’s superabsorbent annual capacity to 47,000 metric tons. Startup of the new plant is ...

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