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BASF to invest in new chemical production site in Dahej, India

Thursday, 12 April 2012

The new BASF-site will be an integrated hub for polyurethane manufacturing and will also house production facility for polymer dispersions for coatings.

BASF India Limited will invest EUR 150 million to set up a new chemical production site in Dahej, India. Source: Pixelio/Kirchhoff

BASF India Limited will invest EUR 150 million to set up a new chemical production site in Dahej, India. Source: Pixelio/Kirchhoff

BASF India Limited will invest EUR 150 million to set up a new chemical production site at the Dahej Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region (PCPIR), located on the west coast of India in Gujarat. The new site will be an integrated hub for polyurethane manufacturing and will also house production facilities for care chemicals and polymer dispersions for coatings and paper. The polymer dispersions facility at the site will produce key ingredients for architectural coatings, adhesives and construction. BASF currently produces dispersions at an existing plant in Mangalore.With this new production site, the company aims to ensure local supply for growing markets and industries such as appliances, footwear, automotive, construction, adhesives, architectural coatings, paper and personal care. The start of production is planned for 2014.

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