DSM invests in de-bottlenecking of acrylonitrile plant to increase capacity by 10%

July 2006
Chemical Business;Jul2006, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p87
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The article reports on the decision of Royal DSM NV to start a de-bottlenecking project for the acrylonitrile plant in Geleen, the Netherlands in order to increase capacity by more than 10%. The amount of investment in the project will be 15 million Euro. Jan Zuldam, deputy chairman of the Managing Board of the company, says that the capacity increase is another step in the context of Vision 2010-Building on Strengths strategy of the company.


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