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Ningbo to Become Akzo’s Largest Chemical Site

6:45 AM MDT | August 7, 2007 | —Natasha Alperowicz in Shanghai

Akzo Nobel’s previously announced “multisite” at Ningbo, China will become the company’s largest chemical manufacturing location once it is fully occupied within five years, Leif Darner, board member/chemicals at Akzo tells CW. He was speaking recently in Shanghai following the commissioning of Akzo’s polysulfides plant at Taixing, China (CW, June 20, p. 11). Big on China: Akzo’s future multisite at Ningbo. Akzo has 50 hectares at Ningbo and an option on an additional 30 hectares, Darner says. “Our biggest manufacturing...

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