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Nouryon Builds New HQ and Research Center

| Editor: Ahlam Rais

(L–R) Alain Rynwalt, Sales & Marketing Director EMEIA, Polymer Chemistry; Ann Lindgärde, Regional General Manager EMEIA, Polymer Chemistry; and Shrikant Kulkarni, Managing Director, India.
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(L–R) Alain Rynwalt, Sales & Marketing Director EMEIA, Polymer Chemistry; Ann Lindgärde, Regional General Manager EMEIA, Polymer Chemistry; and Shrikant Kulkarni, Managing Director, India. (Source: Nouryon)

The company has set up its new facilities in Mumbai to improve its expanding operations. Nouryon has also undertaken vital projects which comprise expansion and upgradation of the firm’s organic peroxides facility in Mahad along with a new monochloroacetic acid plant in Gujarat.

Mumbai/India – Nouryon has recently opened a new headquarter and research center to support its operations in India. Located in Mumbai, the new location brings together research and sales as well as business support functions. It will also enable the company to better meet customer needs across the region.

Nouryon is significantly expanding its operations in India. Key projects include an expansion and upgrade of the company’s organic peroxides facility in Mahad, which is close to completion, as well as a new monochloroacetic acid plant in Gujarat. The latter is a joint project with chemical manufacturing company Atul which is a part of Lalbhai Groupand. Production for this project is scheduled to start later this year.

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