BASF expand specialty amines capacity in Ludwigshafen, Germany

BASF to expand specialty amines capacity in Ludwigshafen, Germany

11:23 AM, 4th March 2015
BASF to expand specialty amines capacity in Ludwigshafen, Germany

LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY: BASF is significantly expanding its production capacity for about 20 specialty amines at its Verbund site in Ludwigshafen, Germany. The company will therefore invest a double-digit million euro amount in expanding current production facilities, which are planned to go on stream gradually by early 2017. The specialty amines are especially used for the manufacturing of coatings, lubricants, crop protection products and pharmaceuticals. With this investment, BASF strengthens its worldwide amine production network with plants in Ludwigshafen and Schwarzheide, Germany, in Antwerp, Belgium, in Geismar, Louisiana and in Nanjing, China.

“This investment will allow us to meet the growing demand that our European customers have for specialty amines. We have decades of experience in the development and manufacturing of amines and hold a leading position globally with regard to these versatile intermediate products. Through the current expansion, we will strengthen this position,” said Stefan Blank, President, Intermediates division, BASF.

 

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