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BASF Opens Concrete Admixtures Plant in Bangladesh

12:10 AM MDT | May 28, 2012 | Deepti Ramesh

BASF says it has opened a new concrete admixtures plant in the Tejgaon industrial area in Dhaka, Bangladesh, to cater to increased local demand. “With the local production in Dhaka, we will build our capabilities in serving the fast-growing infrastructure segment of Bangladesh,” says Mark Volmer, senior v.p./Construction Chemicals Asia Pacific at BASF. The plant will produce concrete admixtures including the company’s Rheobuild, Pozzolith and Glenium brands, BASF says. BASF has been present in Bangladesh since 1966, and BASF Bangladesh is...

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