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Solvay to offtake adiponitrile from Invista's plant in China

8:34 AM MDT | April 25, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

Solvay said today that it has an option to reserve adiponitrile (ADN) capacity from a plant planned by Invista in China. The announcement follows an agreement that settled disputes related to adiponitrile (ADN) intellectual property and technology used in Butachimie, an equally owned joint venture between Invista and Solvay.  Butachimie operates the world’s largest ADN plant based at Chalampé, France. ADN is a key intermediate in the production of nylon-6,6.   Invista last month broke ground on a new nylon manufacturing complex at...

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