Lubrizol plans $25 million expansion at Kentucky plant

Lubrizol plans $25 million expansion at Kentucky plant

11:29 AM, 29th October 2018
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CLEVELAND, US: The Lubrizol Corporation said that it will invest more than $25 million in its Calvert City, Kentucky manufacturing facility.

The facility specializes in the production of Carbopol polymers and Pemulen(TM) polymeric emulsifiers. These polymers are used in consumer goods for personal care, home care, and pharmaceutical markets. This expansion will include advanced, proprietary process technology that will allow the Calvert City facility to continue to provide Lubrizol's partners with high-quality products.

"In response to increasing market demand, this investment will enable us to expand production capacity and update our infrastructure at our Calvert City facility while continuously improving safety and quality. The expansion is critical in allowing our team to continue to provide dedicated service and support to our global partners," said Deb Langer, senior vice president and general manager of Lubrizol personal, home and healthcare. 

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