Solvay opens new research center in Singapore Biopolis research hub Agrochemical business
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Solvay opens research & innovation centre in Singapore

12:28 PM, 11th February 2014
Solvay opens new research center in Singapore

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Solvay opened a new Research & Innovation centre in Singapore, which will be the Group’s core innovation ground for its Consumer Chemicals growth engine in the Asia-Pacific region. The new centre located in Singapore’s Biopolis research hub, the 1,100 square-metre laboratory will lead worldwide innovation projects primarily for Solvay’s business unit Novecare, which is active in the fields of Home and Personal Care, Coatings and Oil & Gas. It will also be a regional hub in developing sustainable solutions for the Agrochemical business and provide technical support to Solvay’s regional customers as well as plants in the region.

“Singapore has undergone an important transformation in recent years and is now established as a key knowledge and innovation hub in the Asia Pacific region. Basing one of our global research & innovation centre in Singapore will allow us to benefit from the country’s research capabilities, ready infrastructure and strong intellectual property protection,” said  Pierre-Franck Valentin, Vice President & General Manager, Novecare Asia Pacific, Solvay.

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