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Evonik opens expanded specialty silica production facilities in Japan


Evonik opened its expanded facilities in Ako, Japan, where the company will produce its SIPERNAT® and CARPLEX® lines of specialty silicas. The investment represents a roughly 50 percent increase in Evonik’s Japanese production capacity for specialty silicas, which the specialty chemicals company ...


Evonik plans to build additional world-scale methionine plant


Evonik Industries has started the planning stage for the construction of an additional world-scale plant complex in Singapore. The facility, which will produce the amino acid DL-methionine for animal nutrition, will have an annual production capacity of 150,000 metric tons and is expected to ...


Evonik opens new plants in Marl, Germany

Long-term supply relationship with BP in Gelsenkirchen


Evonik Industries has started up new production plants for C4-based products in the Marl Chemical Park, Germany. These were formally opened in the presence of Hannelore Kraft, Minister-President of North Rhine-Westphalia, and Klaus Engel, Chairman of the Executive Board of Evonik Industries. This ...


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Evonik increased C4 capacities


Evonik Industries has strengthened its position in C4-based products and has successfully, and on time, put into operation new production plants in Antwerp (Belgium). Also in the Marl Chemical Park (Germany), the C4 capacities are being increased. For this, the company has invested a total amount ...


Evonik plans to build a new production plant for precipitated silica


Evonik Industries has started basic engineering for a new production plant for precipitated silica with focus on the rubber and especially the growing tire industry. The world-scale facility is planned to be built in the South East of the United States, in close proximity to major American tire ...


Evonik: Expanded oil additives plant inaugurated in Singapore


Evonik Industries inaugurated its significantly expanded Jurong Island oil additives plant in Singapore after two years of engineering, planning and construction. The capacity of the plant has nearly doubled, making it the largest oil additives production site within Evonik’s global production ...


Evonik expands silicone platform

Expansion and construction of production capacities in Germany and China


Evonik strengthens its technology platform for specialty silicones with a global investment initiative. Overall, Evonik plans to invest a triple-digit-million-euro amount in the coming years and gradually increase the production volume of specialty silicones. "Evonik is one of the world's leading ...


Evonik optimizes production of plasticizer alcohols


In the future, Evonik Industries will be able to produce the plasticizer alcohol 2-propyl heptanol (2-PH) much more efficiently at the Marl site. This is made possible by the development of the new ligand OxoPhos 64i; ligands are important components of catalysts and essential for many ...


Evonik starts up two new plant units for crosslinking activators


Evonik has started up two new plant units for the production of crosslinking activators at its multi-user site in Wesseling. With triallyl cyanurate (TAC) and triallyl isocyanurate (TAICROS®), the company now offers two crosslinking activators for use in plastics and rubber. “The new production ...


Evonik plant for functionalized polybutadienes commences operation

A clear commitment to Germany as production location


Evonik Industries opened a new plant for hydroxyl terminated polybutadiene (HTPB) in Marl. The Group invested a mid-double-digit million euro amount in the plant, which has a production capacity of several thousand metric tons per year. Evonik will market HTPB under the brand name POLYVEST® HT ...


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