Clariant Completes Capacity Hike for Next-Generation Fluorochemicals in Germany
12:35 PM MDT | September 19, 2012 | Sotirios Frantzanas
Clariant says it has completed an increase in capacity to produce next-generation fluorochemicals at the company's plant at Gendorf, Germany. Clariant, with this €8-million ($10.45-million) investment, says it is supporting C6 chemistries and providing customers, who are looking to make the switch from traditional C8 products, with more options. The development of C6 chemistry is one of the positive outcomes of the company's focus on developing sustainable products, processes, and solutions, Clariant says. The company says its effort for sustainable...
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