Evonik opens expanded production precipitated silica in Rayong, Thailand

Evonik opens precipitated silica plant in Rayong, Thailand

6:49 AM, 18th March 2014
Evonik opens expanded production for precipitated silica in Rayong, Thailand
Evonik headquarters in Germany.

BANGKOK, THAILAND/SINGAPORE: Evonik opened its expanded production for precipitated silica in Rayong, Thailand. With this investment, Evonik increased its capacity for precipitated silica for the automotive industry, food and animal feed industry as well as the paints and coatings industry.

“Expanding our manufacturing footprint in South East Asia, Australia & New Zealand highlights our commitment to this region and allows us to better serve regional markets with state-of-the-art products and optimum solutions,” said Peter Meinshausen, Regional President, South East Asia, Australia & New Zealand, Evonik.

 

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