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The Netherlands: Innovative Chemistry Sabic Invests in Modern Research Centre

| Editor: Alexander Stark

Sabic has inaugurated a new research facility at the Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Geleen. The facility is intended to support an extension of the company’s research capabilities in the area of innovative chemistry and materials.

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From left to right: Peter Borman - Director Regional Technology Affairs Europe, Bert Groothuis - Director Corporate Sustainability Europe, Governor Theo Bovens representing the Dutch Province of Limburg, Bert Kip - CEO Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Mark Williams - VP Europe, Henny Jacobs - Ministerie EZ.
From left to right: Peter Borman - Director Regional Technology Affairs Europe, Bert Groothuis - Director Corporate Sustainability Europe, Governor Theo Bovens representing the Dutch Province of Limburg, Bert Kip - CEO Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Mark Williams - VP Europe, Henny Jacobs - Ministerie EZ.
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Geleen/The Netherlands – According to Bert Groothuis, Director Corporate Sustainability Europe, this research centre combines Sabic's expertise in chemical and polymers. “A great example is the development of a new product based in light weight foamed polyolefins, specifically developed for bumper applications for the automotive industry, with benefits such as improving fuel economy and reducing CO2 generation, noise and vibration and increasing safety and harshness (NVH) control.”

Bert Kip, CEO Brightlands Chemelot Campus, shared the developments within Brightlands and the region: “With Sabic’s new research building, as well as some 300 scientists now active, the campus community will develop further. We are on our way to turning this community into a European material hotspot for businesses and research institutes with new and unprecedented opportunities to grow and innovate.”

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