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Evonik exceeds half-year expectations

Outlook increased

18-Jul-2018

Evonik has increased adjusted EBITDA to €742 million in the second quarter of 2018 (prior-year: €640 million). All three chemical segments contributed with excellent operational business development: All three segments were able to increase their adjusted EBITDA as well as EBITDA margin compared ...

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Evonik increases its precipitated silica capacity in Turkey

An additional capacity of 40,000 metric tons available from 2020

29-Jun-2018

Evonik Industries is continuing to expand its silica production capacity in response to high demand within the tire industry. Precipitated silica are an essential ingredient in tires with reduced rolling resistance and, as part of Smart Materials, belong to one of the four strategic growth ...

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Investment in Evonik Catalysts Plant in Calvert City

27-Jun-2018

The Evonik Business Line Catalysts (KA) extended its long-term partnership with a global leader in refinery catalysts. Evonik manufactures their state of the art hydroprocessing catalysts in its plant in Calvert City, Kentucky. Based on that long-term partnership, the partner company invested in ...

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Evonik is investing into its US Specialty Methacrylate plant

Expanded crosslinker portfolio at Mobile site

12-Apr-2018

Evonik is expanding its production capacities for methacrylate crosslinkers of the VISIOMER® brand. To this end, the Methacrylates Business Line has made an investment in the low single-digit million-euro range at the Mobile site (Alabama, USA). The start-up is scheduled for the third quarter of ...

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Evonik to close its Kaba site in Hungary

09-Apr-2018

Evonik will stop its amino acid production at its Hungarian Kaba site by the end of April 2018. There Evonik Agroferm Zrt., a subsidiary of Evonik, currently employs about 120 people. The decision was prompted by intense and increasing competition in the market for the amino acid L-threonine, ...

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Evonik plans new polyamide 12 complex in Marl

Evonik's largest investment in Germany

15-Mar-2018

Evonik is planning to build a new production complex for the high-performance polymer polyamide 12 (PA 12). The Group intends to increase its overall PA 12 capacity by more than 50 percent. Polyamide 12 is required in attractive growth markets such as the automotive industry, oil and gas ...

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Evonik invests in a direct-to-shape digital printing developer in Israel

This is Evonik’s first venture capital investment in Israel, and strengthens the company’s Specialty Additives Growth Engine

05-Mar-2018

Through its venture capital unit, Evonik has invested in Velox, a digital printing technology developer located in Rosh HaAyin, Israel. This marks the company’s first investment in Israel, which has become a hub for start-ups. Velox possesses new digital printing technology for cost effective ...

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Evonik opens new polyamide 12 powder plant in Marl

Facility to meet large demand in attractive markets for 3-D printing and metal coatings

16-Feb-2018

Evonik Industries has opened another production line for specialty polyamide 12 powders (PA 12) of its VESTOSINT® brand at its largest global production site in the Marl Chemical Park. The new facility primarily produces high-performance powders for the 3-D printing market, which is expanding ...

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AkzoNobel and Evonik start membrane electrolysis operation

15-Feb-2018

The production of Neolyse Ibbenbüren GmbH, a joint venture of AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals and Evonik Industries AG at the AkzoNobel site in Ibbenbüren (Germany), is off to a successful start. The plant with its state-of-the-art membrane technology has an annual capacity of 120,000 metric tons ...

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Evonik and Siemens to generate specialty chemicals from carbon dioxide and eco-electricity

Test plant will produce “green” chemistry and serve as an energy store for eco-electricity

19-Jan-2018

Evonik and Siemens are planning to use electricity from renewable sources and bacteria to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into specialty chemicals. The two companies are working on electrolysis and fermentation processes in a joint research project called Rheticus. The project was launched today and ...

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