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AbbVie acquires API facility in Singapore
AbbVie (Chicago) says that it has acquired a small-molecule active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufacturing site in Singapore's Tuas Biomedical Park. The site, AbbVie's first manufacturing facility in Asia, is about 120,000 square meters and includes a...

Petronas Chemicals reports a slight increase in profits
Petronas Chemicals (Kuala Lumpur) reports a 2.8% rise in profits for the third quarter of 2014 compared with the third quarter of 2013, to 732 million ringgit ($220 million) due to higher sales volumes of high-margin ethane-based products, the company says...

Teijin to shut polycarbonate plant in Singapore, exit dimethyl terephthalate business
Teijin today announced several initiatives to restructure its loss-making businesses. The measures include permanently shutting down a polycarbonate (PC) resin plant in Singapore and exiting the dimethyl terephthalate (DMT) business. The measures announced...

Evonik starts up $625-million methionine plant in Singapore
Evonik Industries says that its previously announced, new methionine plant in Singapore started production on 4 November. Construction on the project began in August 2012, and the company has spent over €500 million ($625 million) on the plant, the most...

JTC breaks ground on multi-user chemical hub for SMEs in Singapore
JTC, Singapore’s government agency responsible for the development of industrial infrastructure, has broken ground on a high-rise specialized complex designed to house chemical companies involved in the manufacturing, blending and distribution of...

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