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SABIC signed agreement with hte, the high throughput experimentation company to fast-track catalysis R&D.
The umbrella associations EUROMAP and SPI have signed a declaration of intent on free trade within the plastics machinery industry.
Sabo SpA announced that it has entered into an agreement with BASF for a license of the Chimassorb 2020 technology.
Songwon Additive Technologies AG and Polysys Industries announce the location of their Middle East plant
Songwon Additive Technologies AG and Polysys Industries announced that they will establish a new company Polysys Additive Technologies ME, which will build an OPS (One Pack Systems) manufacturing plant in Kizad (Khalifa Industrial City of Abu Dhabi), Abu Dhabi. This follows the announcement of the establishment of Songwon Additive Technologies AG, a Joint Venture between Songwon Industrial Group, Pan Gulf Holding Company of Saudi Arabia and Polysys Industries of Abu Dhabi, for the manufacture and sale of Songnox OPS.
Dr. Kurt Bock, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of BASF SE, and Alexej Miller, Chairman of the Management Committee of OAO Gazprom, signed a legally binding basic agreement to swap assets of equivalent value.
TenCate Advanced Composites and BASF have entered into a strategic alliance to
cooperate on the development, production and commercialization of thermoplastic composite
materials suitable for high-volume vehicle production.
BASF and SINOPEC Corp. sign Memorandum of Understanding to explore building a world-scale isononanol plant in China
BASF and China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (SINOPEC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to further strengthen their cooperation by jointly exploring the possibility of building a world-scale isononanol (INA) plant in Maoming Hi-tech Industrial Development Zone, Maoming, China.
The agreement provides for the development of catalyst processes to produce renewable products.
During the 16th St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, Sibur, the Russia’s leading petrochemical company, and Linde AG (Germany), a world-leading gases and engineering company, entered into an agreement on design development for an ethylene cracker unit of ZapSibNeftekhim in Tobolsk, Tyumen Region.
The new eco PlasticT uses the already well known green plastic made from sugarcane.
China Lumena New Materials Corporation and DSM Engineering Plastics signed a framework agreement.
Global polystyrene licensing alliance between Total Petrochemicals and Shaw Energy & Chemicals Group
Total Petrochemicals announces that it has formed an exclusive alliance with Shaw’s Energy & Chemicals Group to jointly market and license Total Petrochemicals’ polystyrene technology on a worldwide basis.