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Germany: Disruption of Operations Oxea Declares Force Majeure at Oberhausen Site

| Editor: Alexander Stark

As the result of a disruption in the operation of a raw material supplier at the site, the chemical company Oxea had to restrict the supply of certain products from its production plant in Oberhausen, Germany.

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Oxea has declared force majeure for individual product groups due to a disruption of operations at a site partner in Oberhausen, Germany.
Oxea has declared force majeure for individual product groups due to a disruption of operations at a site partner in Oberhausen, Germany.
(Source: Oxea)

Monheim am Rhein/Germany — On the night of November 18, 2018, the synthesis gas production of the site partner Air Liquide at the Oxea site in Oberhausen was disrupted. The affected plant was shut down automatically, people or the environment were not harmed. Air Liquide produces technical gases in Oberhausen, including synthesis gas, which are supplied as raw materials to Oxea for further processing at the site.

The company is currently unable to provide more detailed information on the duration of the situation. The company has already informed its customers and will keep them informed about further developments and the ability to deliver.

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