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BASF starts production of concrete admixtures in Russia

Thursday, 9 August 2012

The BASF portfolio of admixtures produced locally at Podolsk will comprise 30 different admixture types including products based on Polycarboxylic Ether (PCE) technology.

BASF expects the Russian construction industry to grow annually by 7 % in the next three years. Source: Oliver-Marc Steffen – Fotolia.com

BASF expects the Russian construction industry to grow annually by 7 % in the next three years. Source: Oliver-Marc Steffen – Fotolia.com

BASF has opened its first production plant for concrete admixtures in Russia located at its existing site in the Podolsk District of the Moscow Region. With this new production facility the company will serve its customers in the Russian construction industry with a wide range of concrete admixtures. To date, the company has been importing concrete admixtures from its other production sites to Russia.

Russian construction industry to grow by 7 %

"Russia as an emerging market is very attractive for us. We expect the Russian construction industry to grow annually by 7 % in the next three years”, said Tilman Krauch, head of BASF’s Construction Chemicals division. The size of the Russian market for concrete admixtures is about EUR 140 million annually. The BASF portfolio of admixtures produced locally at Podolsk will comprise 30 different admixture types including latest generation products based on Polycarboxylic Ether (PCE) technology.

The company will operate a laboratory located in the manufacturing complex and a training and information center has been constructed on the site to hold information workshops.

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