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Rhodia to Build Isobornylcyclohexanol Plant at Zhenjiang

12:37 AM MDT | October 18, 2010 | Deepti Ramesh

Rhodia says it will build a new plant to produce isobornylcyclohexanol (IBCH) at Zhenjiang, China. The plant is expected to begin operation in 2011. IBCH is used by the perfumery industry. The company’s Aroma Performance business unit, a player in the aroma chemicals market, is strengthening its position as the leading global producer of IBCH, Rhodia says. IBCH is a key ingredient in the formulation of sandalwood for use in fragrances, home and personal care products, and incense products. The move to increase IBCH capacity is in conjunction with the...

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