India: Speciality Chemicals Songwon Brings Pilot Plant in India Onstream

Editor: Alexander Stark

Songwon Industrial announced that its new pilot plant in Panoli (Gujarat), India has come onstream. The plant serves the country's demand specialty chemicals.

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Songwon opens a new pilote plant in India.
Songwon opens a new pilote plant in India.
(Source: Songwon)

Ulsan/South Korea — Built on the company’s Indian site, the new plant is equipped with up-to-date technologies and materials for producing a wide range of chemicals for a broad spectrum of applications— from one kilo up to several hundred kilo samples. To reinforce the organization’s position in existing areas of business and enhance its ability to enter new areas, the new pilot plant will be supported by the manufacturer’s local R&D team in Panoli, as well as its central Technology Innovation Center located in Maeam, Korea.

“Technology and product innovation is at the core of Songwon’s business strategy. With our high-quality manufacturing expertise and strong R&D, we have already earned a solid reputation in the industry,” says Giacomo Sasselli, Leader Operations. “This new facility will play an important role in ensuring that Songwon can continue developing new industrial technologies to meet evolving market needs and make it possible for us to reliably supply customers with innovative products for testing and approval.”