Urban landscape promise grandeur new world

Urban landscape promise of a grandeur new world

5:34 AM, 5th December 2016

Editorial of Chemical Today magazine.


Nowadays, while moving through the city, all around you will notice the promise and grandeur a new world that we are moving towards. It is a common sight to see the construction of tall, residential skyscrapers, decorative corporate complexes, metro stations, architectural bridges etc to name a few.

Among all the concrete and rubble, you will come across engineers and workers, wearing hard helmets, running around - in a hurry to finish the construction. Along with proper infrastructure development, faster construction is also becoming a critical factor. To support the mega infrastructure plans companies are developing, new age chemicals and solutions to aid speedier construction. Read all about it and get to know the latest trends in the construction chemicals, in our ‘Sector View.’

Also glance at our ‘Expert Viewpoint’ to see what leaders from BASF Asia Pacific, Perstorp and Rubamin have to say regarding the latest development and future of things to come.

To build awareness around the importance of creating a sustainable supply chain in the Indian chemical Industry, companies came together for the Together for Sustainability (TfS) summit in Mumbai.

Globally, TfS has a commitment from 19 leading chemical companies including AkzoNobel, Arkema, BASF, Bayer, Brenntag, Clariant, Covestro, DuPont, DSM, Eastman, Evonik, IFF, Henkel, Lanxess, Merck, Sanofi, Solvay, Syngenta and Wacker. Take a look at our ‘Green Chemistry’ section as we cover thoughts of well-known leaders, attending the TfS summit.

For our ‘Insights’ read how ‘Chemical suppliers keep pace with global personal care markets.’ KPMG provides information regarding customer demands and opportunities, driven by a growing middle class in the East, an ageing population in the West and new markets such as men’s grooming, halal beauty and bio-based skin care.

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By Shivani Mody,

Editor In Chief.

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