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AkzoNobel inaugurates Brazilian chemical complex

11:04 AM MDT | March 11, 2013

AkzoNobel says it has inaugurated a €90-million ($116.9 million) chemicals plant at Jupiá, Brazil, supplying the Eldorado Brasil cellulose pulp mill, which is the biggest in the world. Operated by AkzoNobel’s pulp and performance chemicals business, the Jupiá facility represents one of AkzoNobel's largest investments in Latin America. It will supply, store, and handle all chemicals for the 1.5-million m.t./year Eldorado mill under an agreement that runs for the next 15 years. The project marks a significant step in AkzoNobel accelerating growth in one of...

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