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26. Jul 2021 | Markets & Companies

Nouryon opens office and innovation center in Dubai

In order to support Middle East and Africa growth plans, Nouryon opens new facilities in Dubai.
Nouryon's Dubai innovation center is designed for the testing and development of locally focused products.
Image source: Nouryon.

The office space is located within the Laboratory Complex at Dubai Science Park. The office accommodates Nouryon’s regional commercial teams, as well as an innovation center designed for the testing and development of locally focused products.

Nouryon undertakes research and development activities through 10 innovation centers strategically located around the globe, each focused on developing local or regional customer solutions. The Dubai innovation center is intended to enable Nouryon to expand its technical capabilities and includes facilities for the company to engage its local customers in interactive sessions that offer a transparent, hands-on experience.

"Closer to our key markets in the Middle East and Africa"

“These new facilities bring Nouryon closer to our key markets in the Middle East and Africa, enabling us to tailor our essential solutions to fit the specific needs of our local customers and provide them with the support they need,” said Sobers Sethi, Senior Vice President Emerging Markets and China at Nouryon.

Nouryon’s product portfolio in the Middle East and Africa covers its key end-markets, including cleaning, personal care, building and infrastructure, packaging materials and oil, gas and mining. 

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