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02 March 2015
Latest Companies

Malvern Instruments - Analytical Solutions for Manufacturing Productivity

EST Ecological Systems - Environmentally Friendly Waste-Treatment Systems

gat - Automation Systems, Engineering and Design, Control Cabinets, Installation and Service

ABB Analytical - High-Performance FT-IR and FT-NIR Analysers

HERMETIC - Reliable Pumps for Difficult Applications

Press Releases

EKATO Exhibiting at ACHEMA 2015
EKATO is pleased to announced that it will be exhibiting at ACHEMA, which is the leading show for the process industries.

March 2015 Newsletter
A worldwide manufacturer of industrial cleaning products decided to take a look at Specialty Equipment's drum and tote filling machines.

Asset Lifecycle Information Management (ALIM)
ARC Advisory Group’s Valentijn de Leeuw presented on the topic of Asset Lifecycle Information Management (ALIM) at BlueCielo Synergy 2015.

Perfecting Printing Ink Performance
Analytical systems from Malvern Instruments are now used routinely to advance inkjet formulation at Domino Printing Sciences in the UK, one of the world's leading printing technology companies.

BlueCielo Launches Industry Configuration Templates
Pre-packaged solution offers implementation of BlueCielo Meridian Enterprise and related modules to shorten time to value,

White Papers

Advanced Process Solutions
EKATO offers a comprehensive service package to increase the safety of plant equipment....

Top Ten Factors to Consider When Buying an Isothermal Titration Calorimeter
The physical components and features of an isothermal titration calorimeter (ITC) instrument and the technical specifications are clearly important to consider when purchasing a new...

EST Applications
EST systems gives a unique solutions for treating organic wastes without any need for dilution. This white paper lists its applications, system performances and waste treatment results using...

Verder Group Company Brochure
Verder Group has, in the previous 50 years, built a strong position in the European market as an industrial...

Engineering, Programming, Production, Installation, Maintenance
In close cooperation with our customers we provide customised solutions in the fields of oil industry, gas processing, gas transport, gas storage, plant construction, chemical and...


January’s top stories: Shell $11bn deal with Iraq, DuPont and Chenguang form JV
Shell signs $11bn deal with Iraq Government to build a petrochemicals complex, University of Delaware researchers develop a new chemical detector device, and DuPont and Chenguang form new fluoroelastomers joint venture, Chemicals-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from January.

2014: The year's biggest Chemicals Technology stories
PTT and Saudi Aramco partnered for a $22bn refinery and petrochemical complex in Vietnam, US scientists found a new way of predicting chemical reactions through vibrations in chemical bonds, while a University of Manchester scientist created a new star-shaped molecule. Chemicals-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from 2014.

November’s top stories: Lanxess plans 1,200 job cuts, Dow’s $1.21bn subsidiary sale
Lanxess announced plans to slash 1,200 jobs, Dow Chemical sold its Angus Chemical subsidiary to Golden Gate Capital for $1.21bn, while Samsung agreed to sell its chemical and defence operations for $1.7bn, Chemicals-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from November.

October’s top stories: Interest in €10bn Bayer unit, Platform Specialty-Arysta deal
A number of private equity firms are looking to buy Bayer's €10bn MaterialScience unit, Platform Specialty Products concluded the $3.5bn Arysta LifeScience acquisition, while CF Industries ended merger talks with Yara International, Chemicals-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from October 2014.

September’s top stories: PTT's $22bn refinery, star-shaped molecule breakthrough
PTT and Saudi Aramco partnered for $22bn refinery and petrochemical complex in Vietnam, University of Manchester scientist achieved a breakthrough in creating a new star-shaped molecule, while AkzoNobel was solicited to buy Axalta Coating Systems for $7bn, Chemicals-technology.com wraps-up the key headlines from September.


BASF Chemical Catalysts Manufacturing Plant, Shanghai
The world's biggest chemical company BASF announced plans to build its first process catalysts manufacturing plant in Asia Pacific in December 2014. The new plant will be built at the company's existing site in the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park in Caojing, Shanghai, China.

Turkmengas Kiyanla Petrochemical Plant, Turkmenbashi
Turkmenistan's national oil and gas company Turkmengas is implementing a $3bn petrochemical plant project, which is expected to come online in 2018.

Yara Porsgrunn Fertiliser Plant Expansion
Yara International started the expansion of its fertiliser complex in Porsgrunn, Norway, in January 2015.

Ramagundam Fertiliser Plant, Karimnagar, Telangana
The Ramagundam fertiliser plant is coming up in the Karimnagar District, which is located approximately 240km from the city of Hyderabad in the newly formed state of Telangana, India.

BASF New Innovation Campus, Mumbai
Germany-based BASF broke ground on its new Innovation Campus in Navi Mumbai, India, in 2014.

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