BASF Opens Concrete Admixtures Production Plant

BASF opens concrete admixtures facility in Kazan, Russia

5:20 AM, 18th September 2013
BASF New Concrete Admixtures Production Plant in Russia

LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY: BASF opened a new production plant for concrete admixtures in Kazan, Russia. Along with the facility inaugurated in Podolsk near Moscow in 2012, BASF now supplies the Russian construction sector with a broad range of concrete admixtures from two production sites. This enables BASF to even better meet the specific requirements of its customers in the growing Russian market.

“Russia is an extremely attractive market for our business. We anticipate above average growth in the Russian construction industry in the coming years. Our investment in an additional production plant enables us to support our customers in Russia even more flexibly and efficiently,” said Dr Tilman Krauch, Head of Construction Chemicals division, BASF.

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