SABIC opens SABIC Technology Centre in Bengaluru, India with investment $100 million

SABIC opens technology centre in Bengaluru, India

7:47 AM, 2nd December 2013
SABIC opens SABIC Technology Centre in  Bengaluru, India
Mohamed Al-Mady, Vice Chairman and CEO, SABIC.

BENGALURU, INDIA: The Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) opened the company’s state-of-the-art SABIC Technology Centre (STC) in Bengaluru, India. The centre, built with an initial investment of $100 million, is one of 17 SABIC global R&D centres of excellence.

“SABIC as a company grounded in developing material solutions has innovation, ingenuity and collaboration at its core, helping us to achieve a deeper understanding of our customers and their business. This major centre in Bengaluru is an integral part of our global R&D strategy. In this centre the scientists here are carrying out cutting-edge research into new platforms for next-generation materials across industry sectors including Construction, Clean Energy, Electrics and Electronics, Medical Devices, Transportation. Other initiatives include designing greener building materials to reduce environmental footprints and developing eco-friendly products in response to global megatrends and needs,” said Mohamed Al-Mady, Vice Chairman and CEO, SABIC.

 

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