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Evonik opens expanded plant for personal-care products in Indonesia

11:35 AM MDT | August 29, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft

Evonik Industries has opened an expanded plant for the production of raw materials and additives for personal- and household-care at Bekasi, Indonesia. The company says that it is increasing capacity for surfactants and esters used in hair-care, skin-care, and industrial applications. The investment aims at better serving the personal- and household-care industries in Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand, Evonik says. Market growth in Asia is being driven by increasing demand for cosmetic and cleaning products, the company says. "As a global supplier...

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