SONGWON’s new pilot plant comes onstream in India

SONGWON’s new pilot plant comes onstream in India

5:51 AM, 15th June 2017
SONGWON’s new pilot plant comes onstream in India
SONGWON to meet key industry needs with its new pilot plant.

ULSAN, SOUTH KOREA: SONGWON Industrial Co Ltd said its new pilot plant in Panoli (Gujarat), India has come onstream, strengthening the organisation’s overall speciality chemicals development capability.

The new plant is equipped to produce a wide range of chemicals for a broad spectrum of applications—from one kilo up to several hundred kilo samples. Also, the new pilot plant will be supported by the SONGWON’s local R&D team in Panoli, as well as its central Technology Innovation Centre located in Maeam, Korea.

“This new facility will play an important role in ensuring that SONGWON can continue developing new industrial technologies to meet evolving market needs and make it possible for us to reliably supply customers with innovative products for testing and approval,” said Giacomo Sasselli, leader operations.

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