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Angus to Invest in Louisiana

1:50 PM MDT | July 25, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Henning: Targeting multiple markets. Angus Chemical, a subsidiary of Dow Chemical, plans to build a $10-million product development plant at Sterlington, LA for new novel nitrated compounds used in multiple markets, Mark Henning, Angus president and CEO and Dow Biocides general manager, tells CW. Capacity was not disclosed. Angus has an existing pilot plant used for scale-up work at the same site. The new plant will represent “the next-generation of capabilities for Angus, a place where we will be able to make a whole new family of products for multiple...

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