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BASF to open concrete admixtures plant in Russia
2:06 AM MDT | August 22, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
BASF is scheduled to open a plant for the production of concrete admixtures on 5 September at the Khimgrad complex at Kazan, Russia. The opening will form part of BASF’s Day in Tatarstan program, which will showcase the company’s contribution to the construction industry, oil & gas, automotive ,pulp & paper, agriculture and the consumer sector. BASF last year opened its first production facility for concrete admixtures in Russia. This facility is located at Podolsk. Khimgrad, created in 2006 in the town of Kazan, is a high-tech industrial park...
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