Investments - news on Plastech
The Chemours Company today announced the startup of the new Opteon YF (HFO-1234yf) low global-warming-potential (GWP) refrigerant production facility at its Corpus Christi manufacturing plant in Ingleside, Texas.
CheMondis, a new global online marketplace for chemical products, has been successfully launched. The startup founded by Lanxess is set up as a cross-manufacturer and cross-dealer B2B platform on which products can be bought and sold.
Ampacet, a premier global provider of masterbatch and additive materials, services and solutions, announces the start-up of two new color production lines and the expansion of its research and development and color labs in Luxembourg.
Ineos Styrolution, the global leader in styrenics, announces today the final investment
decision to construct a new 100kt capacity ASA plant at its site in Bayport, Texas.
Koch-Technik completed the acquisition of representative agency GiTamsa. New sales and
training centre to open in Querétaro in early 2019
Specialty chemicals company Lanxess plans to strengthen its global asset base for flame retardant additives with investments of around EUR 200 million over the next three years.
Borealis has taken the final investment decision to expand the capacity of its PP plant in Kallo, Belgium, by 80kt. The added capacity is expected to come on stream in mid-2020.
The addition of a new production line in the Malaysia plant emphasizes Kraiburg TPE’s commitment to providing customers with the best quality, satisfaction and value.
The investment positions Clariant to continue its successful development of innovative EO-based specialties to support a wide range of industries, such as personal and home care, crop solutions, and industrial applications. No further details of the investment will be disclosed.
Next Generation Group continues to grow in technology for plastic recycling - Ingka Group invests.
BASF Venture Capital GmbH is investing in Prismlab, a leading provider of 3D printing processes and 3D printers, headquartered in Shanghai, China.
Borealis has taken the final investment decision for a new, world-scale propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant, after successfully concluding the FEED study in June 2018.