USA: Chemical Additives Stork Wins Contract for Garamite Additives Expansion Project from BYK

Editor: Alexander Stark

Fluor announced that Stork, part of the company’s Diversified Services segment, was awarded a construction contract by BYK USA for its new Garamite additives process unit at its manufacturing plant in Gonzales, Texas.

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Dr. Stephan Glander, CEO BYK, Alison Avery, president BYK USA Nafta and Bob Frawley, director of Stork's Gulf Coast Operations with BYK's executive team at the ground breaking ceremony for the Garamite Project at Gonzales, Texas.
Dr. Stephan Glander, CEO BYK, Alison Avery, president BYK USA Nafta and Bob Frawley, director of Stork's Gulf Coast Operations with BYK's executive team at the ground breaking ceremony for the Garamite Project at Gonzales, Texas.
(Source: Business Wire)

Irving/USA; Utrecht/The Netherlands — The new contract from BYK expands Stork’s services at the Gonzales site where the company is already providing engineering support for an existing process unit and a new wastewater treatment plant. Arturo Nodal, project manager and project engineer at BYK, said that Stork offered concrete solutions to optimize the project needs. The value of the contract remained undisclosed.

BYK is a world leading supplier of chemical additives and measuring instruments. Garamite products are natural rheology additives which ensure, for example, that coatings have the right viscosity and contribute to the lightweight construction of automobiles.

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