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Lanxess Advances China Projects

1:51 PM MDT | June 6, 2007 | DR

Lanxess says it is making progress with several projects in China that form part of an Asian growth strategy which the company announced last year. It will soon complete an expansion of engineering plastics capacity and start up a manufacturing line for specialties and customer samples, at Wuxi, near Shanghai. Lanxess will also establish an R&D center for synthetic rubber at Qingdao, and is considering Nanjing and Ningbo as possible locations for an Asian facility to produce ion exchange resins. “China continues to be our biggest growth driver in...

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