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Evonik Industries Expands TAA Derivatives Capacity in China

6:02 AM MDT | August 16, 2010 | Natasha Alperowicz

Evonik Industries says it plans to expand capacity for triacetonamine (TAA) derivatives in China. The company makes these specialty chemicals at its Evonik Tianda (Liaoyang) Chemical Additive Co. joint venture at Liaoyang but says the site is full and there is no space for expansion. The jv will, therefore, relocate the present production plant to a separate site, dubbed the Aromatics Site, within the Liaoyang region, which is one of the country's largest petrochemical sites, and expand capacity "considerably." Full production is scheduled to begin in...

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