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Croda Starts Up Lubricant Esters Plant in Delaware

7:26 AM MDT | September 1, 2011 | Nancy Seewald

Croda says it has started up production of a lubricant esters plant at New Castle, DE, boosting the sites total esters capacity by 15%. The site will now be able to manufacture lubricant-quality esters for high-end applications, including food-grade esters for lubricant base fluids and additives, as well as lubricity additives for stamping and drawing lubricants, Croda says.    “This investment will improve efficiency and innovation while expanding the breadth of services Croda offers to our customers in the area of lubrication technologies now...

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