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Evonik Invests in Alkoxides in Brazil and the U.S.

8:50 AM MDT | October 16, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Evonik Industries, formerly Degussa, says it will build a 60,000-m.t./year alkoxides plant at its Mobile, AL complex by early 2009. The plant will supply the Nafta region. Alkoxides are used as catalysts in biodiesel production. The company is also at the early planning stages for an alkoxides plant to be built at an undisclosed site in Brazil, which will supply customers in South America. Completion of the Brazilian unit is expected at the end of 2010. Evonik says the investments will amount to “double-digit million...

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