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On November 15, Arkema inaugurated a new Global Center of Excellence for 3D Printing at its Cerdato Research & Development Center in Serquigny, France. This new center is dedicated to additive manufacturing based on high-performance polymers.
The MMA two project comprises 13 partners from six different countries representing all stages of the PMMA value chain, aims to develop a new and innovative process to recycle post-industrial and end-of-life PMMA waste into second generation MMA (methyl methacrylate) monomer. As a partner in this European project, Arkema's Scientific Director Jean-Luc Dubois chairs the project's Advisory Committee.
Arkema Malaysia Thiochemicals and the Monash University Malaysia (MUM) in Kuala Lumpur have signed a research partnership over 3 years of collaboration during which time researchers will be able to make their resources available to the local teams of the company. The goal: to develop more efficient biocatalysts for the company's Thiochemicals business.
The expansion will take place at the firm’s Mont site in France and is aimed at increasing the global production capacity by more than 50 %. The move has been undertaken to meet the strong worldwide demand in ultra-high performing powders for industrial applications, in particular in the coatings, composite and 3D printing markets.