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Solvay Investing €10 Million in Fluorinated Products Expansion
1:29 PM MDT | September 12, 2012 | Vincent Valk
Solvay is investing €10 million ($12.7 million) in a previously announced doubling of capacity for fluorinated aliphatic derivatives at a plant in Salindres, France. The plant is operated by Solvay’s Rhodia subsidiary. The expansion is a response to growing demand in the energy storage, electronics, and pharmaceuticals markets, Solvay says. “This capacity expansion is strengthening the role of our Salindres plant as a major production site for innovative fluorinated aliphatic derivatives,” says Alessandro Chiovato, general...
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