Nouryon opens new headquarters
Published by Callum O'Reilly,
Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals) has announced that it has opened a new headquarters office and research centre to support its operations in India.
Located in Mumbai, the new location brings together research and sales as well as business support functions, and enables the company to better meet customer needs across the region.
Nouryon is significantly expanding its operations in India. Key projects include an expansion and upgrade of the company’s organic peroxides facility in Mahad, which is close to completion, as well as a new monochloroacetic acid plant in Gujarat. The latter is a joint project with chemicals manufacturing company Atul, part of Lalbhai Group.
“India is an increasingly important market for us and these investments clearly demonstrate our commitment to grow with our customers in the region,” said Charlie Shaver, CEO of Nouryon. “The chemical industry is regarded as a backbone of India’s agricultural and industrial development, and we see good opportunities for sustainable growth.”
The company started operations in India in 1991 and currently serves customers in markets ranging from agriculture to pharmaceuticals, and plastics, rubbers and composites as well as from personal care to paints and coatings, and oil and gas.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/18012019/nouryon-opens-new-headquarters/
You might also like
Creating a refinery of the future
Miro Cavkov, Euro Petroleum Consultants (EPC), discusses how refineries are adapting to produce cleaner liquid fuels and chemical building blocks.