Clariant increase ether amines production in Brazil meetneeds ofmining industry

Clariant to increase ether amines production in Brazil

11:32 AM, 18th August 2014
Clariant  increase ether amines production in Brazil meet the needs of the mining industry

MUTTENZ, SWITZERLAND: Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals and one of the world’s leading suppliers of specialty ether amines to the mining industry, announced the increase of the ether amines production at its Suzano, Brazil facility. Targeted specifically to meet the needs of the mining industry, the planned expansion will allow Clariant to meet the growing demands of customers in Brazil as well as support global customers who are also expanding mineral processing capacity.

“Clariant is aiming to expand its global footprint in the Mining industry, especially in Latin America where we can build on our long term experience in Brazil. This investment is in line with our strategy to focus on fast growing markets where we have a leading position,” said Christian Kohlpaintner, Member of Executive Committee, Clariant.

 

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