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Pfizer, GSK, and Siemens form R&D Consortium with A*STAR’s Institute of Chemical & Engineering Sciences

New programme aims to help companies increase productivity with technology solutions for pharmaceutical and chemical sectors


Pfizer Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd, Glaxo Wellcome Manufacturing Pte. Ltd. and Siemens Pte. Ltd, have signed on as founding members of a new A*STAR R&D Consortium Programme - Innovative Processing of Specialties and Pharmaceuticals (iPSP). Launched by A*STAR’s Institute of Chemical and Engineering ...


IChemE opens China office


A new IChemE office in Shanghai is open for business following the successful application to local government for a wholly owned foreign enterprise (WOFE) business licence. The office will primarily be used to serve the growing IChemE member base in China and forge stronger links with Chinese ...


Arkema integrates Acrylics assets purchased from Dow


Arkema formally completed its acquisition of Dow's Acrylic Monomers and Acrylic Latex Polymers (UCAR Emulsion Systems) business in North America. Following this acquisition, the Clear Lakes (Texas) Acrylic Monomers production site is being integrated into the existing Acrylics business unit, ...


ACHEMA 2009 reveals worldwide confidence for the future of chemistry and chemical engineering


With stable visitor and exhibitor figures and unprecedented internationality, ACHEMA 2009, the world chemical engineering summit, demonstrates a confident focus on the future. By the time the doors closed after five days of the 29th ACHEMA, over 173,000 visitors from all over the world had ...


Public tender offer by BASF for Ciba

Board of Directors of Ciba recommends shareholders accept offer


BASF has announced a public tender offer for all outstanding shares of Ciba Holding AG at CHF 50.00 per Ciba share. The offer equates to a premium of 64.3% over the volume‑weighted average price of Ciba shares over the last 60 trading days and a premium of 32% over the closing share price on ...


Rhodia to boost innovation capability in Asia

Major R&D center in Shanghai to open


Rhodia celebrated the laying of the foundation stone for a new world-class Research & Development facility in Shanghai, China. The new facility, due to open in summer 2008, shall reinforce the Shanghai laboratory's position as one of the five major R&D centers of the Group. It will employ 150 ...


Praxair Board Nominates Dicciani of Honeywell


Nance Dicciani, president and chief executive officer of Honeywell Specialty Materials, has been nominated for election to the Praxair Board of Directors. If elected by the shareholders at Praxair's annual meeting in April, she will join the board effective September 1, 2008. In 2006, Dicciani ...


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European business restructure of Shimadzu completed

Integrated in European business structure


Shimadzu is completing its European business restructuring process step by step and focusing on establishing independent companies in major markets and countries all over Europe. This structure forms part of the "Strategy of the Future" formulated in 2004 in order to better support new trends and ...


Big interest in services offered by chem2biz


Four new tenants plus several more interested parties - this is the result almost one year after the launch of the sector-specific technology center chem2biz. Back in mid-July 2004, Rhineland-Palatinate's economics minister, Hans-Artur Bauckhage, Ludwigshafen's mayor, Dr. Eva Lohse, and Dr. ...


Solvay Soda Ash takes first step toward major chemical alliance in China

NCI, Subsidiary of Sinopec, identified as the appropriate potential partner


Solvay announces today that it has signed a Letter of mutual interest with Nanjing Chemical Industries (NCI), a unit of China PetroChemical Corporation (Sinopec), aiming at setting up a joint venture for the operation of NCI's soda ash plant in Lianyungang, China. Both parties will now enter into ...


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