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BASF Invests €150 Million to Build Site at Dahej, India

6:56 AM MDT | April 20, 2012 | –ALEX SCOTT

BASF says it will spend €150 million ($197 million) to build a manufacturing site at Dahej on the western coast of India. The site will include facilities for producing polyurethanes (PU), polymer dispersions for coatings and paper, and personal care chemicals. Production at the site, which will employ more than 250 workers, is scheduled to start in 2014. BASF: Locating closer to raw materials and customers. The site will use shared infrastructure but BASF also plans to employ resource-efficient...

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