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BASF to Double Capacity for Certain Amines

11:14 AM MDT | May 27, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

BASF says it will double capacity for certain alkylethanolamines (AEOA) at Ludwigshafen by mid-2009. The company cites increasing demand, particularly for coating, lubricant, pharmaceutical, and agchem applications. BASF manufactures its range of AEOA specialties at Ludwigshafen at a “flexible, fully backward-integrated multiproduct facility,” the company says. Products include ethylethanolamines. propylethanolamines, and butylethanolamines. AEOA belong to the alkylalkanolamine product category, for which BASF says it has combined capacity of 70,000...

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