BASF build world’s largest antioxidant production site in Bahrain

BASF to build world’s largest antioxidant production site in Bahrain

4:29 PM, 22nd July 2011
BASF to build world’s largest antioxidant production site in Bahrain

LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY: BASF will significantly expand its presence in the Middle East region by building a state of the art plant for customer specific antioxidant blends in Bahrain. CSBs are key additives for the production of polymers for the plastics industry, especially for the Middle East region. Construction of the new facility will start in September 2011. It will become one of the world’s largest CSB plants with an annual capacity of about 16,000 metric tonne. The new plant will be operational already by end of 2012.




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