LANXESS builds new ion exchange facility in India

September 2007
Chemical Business;Sep2007, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p78
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of Lanxess chemicals group to build a new ion exchange resin plant in Gujarat, India. Management board member Rainier van Roessel stated that the plan aimed to generate profitable growth and strengthen the position of the company on the global market. The plant will manufacture products for industrial water treatment and the production of ultra-pure water for the semi-conductor and pharmaceutical industries.


Related Articles

  • Lanxess is expanding its inorganic pigments business with its first acquisition in China.  // Paintindia;Jul2008, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p184 

    The article reports on the acquisition of two production units from partner firm Jinzhuo Chemicals Co. in Jinshan, China by Lanxess. The acquisition is part of the plan of Lanxess to expand its global production capacity for inorganic pigments by 5%. Lanxess board member Rainier van Roessel...

  • Chemical Specialist Expanding Globally. McCurry, John W. // Site Selection;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p876 

    The article reports on the expansion projects of German specialty chemicals group Lanxess AG. The company has planned to invest U.S. $47.5 million to expand the capacity of its caprolactam plant in Antwerp, Belgium by 10%. It has also planned to produce glass fibers in the Antwerp plant. Rainier...

  • ‘Green’ tires could cut fuel consumption by 7%.  // European Rubber Journal;5/1/2015, Vol. 197 Issue 3, p0014 

    The article reports that a test conducted on green tires and their sustainability by the synthetic rubber producer Lanxess and the energy firm RheinEnergie has proved that green tires reduce the fuel consumption of vehicles by seven percent in urban traffic. It presents the views of Lanxess...

  • Lanxess develops arsenic adsorber.  // TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Nov2008, Issue 809, p16 

    The article reports on the development of an adsorber that removes trace amounts of arsenic from drinking water by chemicals company Lanxess in Germany. The device combines a polymeric anion exchange resin with an iron oxide in a goethite structure. According to the article, arsenic is the only...

  • Germany’s Lanxess buys US firm Unitex. Esposito, Frank // Plastics News;12/19/2011, Vol. 23 Issue 38, p0009 

    The article reports on the acquisition by the Germany-based Lanxess AG to the plasticizer industry Unitex Chemical Corp. in Greensboro, North Carolina. Board member Rainier van Roessel mentions that the acquisition emphasizes its leadership in technology towards specialty chemical and gain its...

  • Lanxess showcases industrial water treatment expertise at Aquatech India".  // FRPT- Chemical Snapshot;5/25/2014, p3 

    The article focuses that Lanxess, a speciality chemicals company, presented its ion exchange resins from its brand Lewatit, along with Lewabrane reverse osmosis (RO) membrane elements at the Aquatech India 2014 exhibition. Head of the liquid purification technologies (LPT) business unit...

  • Lanxess Advances China Projects. Ramesh, Deepti // Chemical Week;5/30/2007, Vol. 169 Issue 19, p16 

    The article reports on the progress of Lanxess' several projects in China which is part of its Asian growth strategy. It will soon complete an expansion of engineering plastics capacity and start up a manufacturing line for specialties and customer samples at Wuxi. Lanxess will also establish a...

  • Rhein Chemie acquires TCB. McNulty, Mike // Rubber & Plastics News;4/2/2012, Vol. 41 Issue 18, p0001 

    The article reports that Tire Curing Bladders LLC (TCB) has been acquired by Lanxess A.G., a subsidiary Rhein Chemie Rheinau GmbH. Lanxess Board Member Rainier van Roessel stated that acquiring TCB was a part of a plan to position Rhein Chemie as a global producer of high-quality bladders. Rhein...

  • Lanxess highlights use of ion exchange resins in surface finishing.  // Paintindia;Mar2011, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p134 

    The article reports on the introduction of using ion exchange resins in metal processing and surface finishing by specialty chemicals company Lanxess at the India Surface Finishing conference and exhibition in Mumbai, India.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics