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BASF Builds Tert-Butylamine Plant at Nanjing

6:58 AM MDT | November 4, 2011

BASF will build a plant to produce tert- butylamine at Nanjing, China. The facility will be wholly owned by BASF and benefit from the integrated production system of BASF-YPC Co., a 50-50 petrochemicals joint venture between BASF and Sinopec at Nanjing. The 10,000-m.t/year plant is expected to begin production in 2013. It will supply mainly China’s rubber chemicals and tire industry. China is the largest tire producer and automotive market in the world. Tert- butylamine is a primary aliphatic amine that is used as a building block in the production of...

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