Evonik India, Ravindra Heraeus ends precious metal catalysts partnership

Evonik India, Ravindra Heraeus ends precious metal catalysts partnership

8:28 AM, 26th November 2017
Evonik India, Ravindra Heraeus ends precious metal catalysts partnership
Evonik Industries AG headquarters in Essen, Germany. (File photo)

ESSEN, GERMANY: Evonik Industries said that will offer the entire closed loop precious metal catalysts business from its integrated production site in Dombivli, near Mumbai (India), starting 1 April 2018.

On 31 March 2018, Evonik India Pvt Ltd, Mumbai, will end its partnership with Ravindra Heraeus Pvt Limited, Udaipur (Rajasthan, India), for contract manufacturing of precious metal catalysts and refining of spent catalysts. The two parties have signed a dissolution agreement to this effect. 

The comprehensive package of the entire closed loop for precious metal catalysts from Evonik in Dombivli comprises an extensive portfolio of established, innovative precious metal catalysts based on Evonik’s global state-of-the-art Noblyst catalyst technology.

This package also includes rapid refining optimized for high precious metal yields as well as a broad range of precious metal management services for Evonik customers. In addition, technical services and tailored catalysts developed in the research and development laboratories are available at the ECI site. 

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