BASF opens concrete admixture plant in Kolkata

June 2008
Chemical Business;Jun2008, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p63
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launch of a new concrete admixture plant by the Construction Chemicals business of BASF at the Jalan Industrial Estate in Kolkata, India. The facility is designed for the manufacture of advanced concrete admixtures to better serve customers based in the eastern part of the country. BASF Group chairman Prasad Chandran states that the new plant marks a key milestone in their expansion plans in the country. It mentions that the business is growing at annual rate of 45% due to infrastructural projects in the public sector.


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