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17. Mar 2021 | Markets & Companies

Allnex anncounces new site in China

Allnex plans a new production base for high-performance resins in Pinghu City, China.
The new site is expected to be completed and put into production in 2022.
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Allnex, supplier of industrial coating resins and additives, is has announced the formal establishment of Allnex Advanced Materials (Jiaxing) Co., Ltd. In addition, Allnex has announced the construction of a production base of environmentally-friendly high-performance resins, with the aim to promote green innovation and meet the growing demands of China and the global market on high-quality coatings, resins and additives.

100,000 square meters

The new production base is located in Dushan Port Economic Development Zone, Pinghu City, Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province, covering an area of about 100,000 square meters. It is expected to be completed and put into production in 2022.

The project is supposed to be constructed in several phases with a total of 15 production lines. After completion, the main products including water-borne epoxy paint resins and curing agents, water-borne polyurethane resins, water-borne radiation curing resins, phenolic resins, polyester acrylic resins, amino resins, radiation curing resins and other special products, can – according to the company – be used in construction, home, high-speed rails, automotive, electronics, packaging inks and special-purpose coatings.

More on the Chinese coatings market

If you are interested in the Chinese market and what regulations you have to comply with to conduct successful business there, have a look at the EC Webforum Regulations - Navigating chemical legislation in Asia. Aside from China you will also get insights into important regulations in Japan and South Korea.


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