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BASF inaugurates mobile emissions catalysts plant in Poland

6:08 AM MDT | July 18, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

BASF has inaugurated its largest European production plant for mobile emission catalysts at Środa Śląska, a special economic zone near Wrocław, Poland, the company announced today. Construction at the 40,000–sq meter manufacturing facility started in late 2012 with an initial €90-million ($122 million) investment. Production trials took place in April 2014, with two emission catalyst manufacturing lines starting up in June, BASF says. Additional expansions will follow, raising the total investment for the site to about €150 million. The plant...

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