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BASF to invest up to $625 million in new superabsorbent polymer technology

11:50 AM MST | November 26, 2014 | Michael Ravenscroft

BASF has announced that it plans to make a major investment in a “pioneering superabsorbent technology” that enables design of thinner and more comfortable diapers. The investment will include up to €500 million ($625 million) during the next 2–3 years to establish droplet polymerization capacity worldwide. Existing plants will be revamped, starting in Europe, followed by Asia and the Americas, BASF says. The company plans to launch its new superabsorbents under the trademark Saviva from the end of 2016. The new superabsorbent is based on...

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