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Plant Expansion Nexam Chemical to Invest 1 Million Dollars for Improvement of Production Units

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

Nexam Chemical has plans to double the capacity of its Scotland production facility and also intends to make improvements at its Lomma production unit in Sweden. Both the projects are expected to be completed in 2020.

At Nexam Chemical in St Andrews, active ingredients are manufactured for many of the products the company sells.
At Nexam Chemical in St Andrews, active ingredients are manufactured for many of the products the company sells.
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Sweden – Nexam Chemical is now significantly expanding the capacity of its production facility in St Andrews, Scotland. The project has already been partly initiated and will lead to a doubling of capacity, with the possibility of further improvements to the capacity at a later stage. Nexam Chemical is also investing in some improvements to the production facility in Lomma, Sweden. In total, approximately 1 million dollars will be invested. Both of these projects are scheduled to be completed in the summer of 2020.

At Nexam Chemical in St Andrews, active ingredients are manufactured for many of the products the company sells.

“The volume increase that Nexam Chemical is currently in requires the expansion of our plants so as not to stop. Being able to improve the capacity of our facilities is something that we have planned for a long time and that we hoped would become a reality. Now we see that we really need this capacity and will therefore implement the expansion," says Johan Arvidsson, CEO of Nexam Chemical.

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