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Lanxess Starts Up Lubricant Additives Plant in China

6:48 AM MDT | March 26, 2009 | Deepti Ramesh

Lanxess says its Rhein Chemie subsidiary has started up a previously announced lubricant additives production facility at Qingdao, China. The facility, which was built with an investment of about €5 million, will initially employ 20 people. The industrial lubricants segment is likely to grow quickly, translating into high demand for specialty products and packages of Rhein Chemie, Lanxess says. Rhein Chemie will manufacture customized additive formulations for lubricants at the new facility. “With this new facility, we are underlining our strategy of...

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