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DSM to Build Waterborne Emulsion Resins Plant in the Netherlands
12:22 PM MDT | September 21, 2007 | Kerri Walsh
DSM says it has decided to invest €30 million ($42.2 million) to build a waterborne emulsion resins plant at its existing resins site at Waalwijk, the Netherlands. Production will come on stream at the end of 2008, DSM says. The company says it expects the high-performance waterborne emulsions market to grow 7%/year worldwide during the next few years. The products are sold in DSM’s coating segments for joinery, decorative and industrial wood applications and for the graphic arts...
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