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Perstorp Builds Calcium Formate Plant in Germany
4:51 AM MST | January 22, 2010 | Natasha Alperowicz
Perstorp (Perstorp, Sweden) will build a 26,000-m.t./year calcium formate plant at its Bruchhausen, Germany site by the end of this year. The company already has a similar capacity unit at the location but output is obtained as a by-product in its pentaerythritol (penta) manufacture. The penta plant has not been running at capacity and Perstorp, which has 30% of the global calcium formate market, wants to secure supplies for the product on a dedicated plant, Ulrika Andersson, v.p. penta and formates at Perstorp, tells CW. Calcium formate is used in...
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