Chemetall opens new surface treatment plant in India

Chemetall opens new surface treatment plant in India

10:55 AM, 12th April 2012
Chemetall opens new surface treatment plant in India
Main building of the new Chemetall-Rai production plant in Chennai, India.

CHENNAI, INDIA: Chemetall, the global metal surface treatment company, has invested in a new production plant in Chennai, India. The new facility will enhance Chemetall- Rai’s current capacity substantially. The design and construction of this new plant set new benchmarks in safety and quality, while responding to the increasing demand for local sourcing in this growing region.

With a modern production plant close to the Hyundai, Ford and Renault Nissan manufacturing facilities, Chemetall is following its strategy to provide quality technologies as well as local support for global customers. “The investment in our new plant is a further milestone in Chemetall’s expansion strategy and it clearly demonstrates the importance of the Indian market,” said Joris Merckx, President, Chemetall Surface Treatment.

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