01 September 1998 00:00 [Source: PCE]
Akzo Nobel is investing Dfl50m ($25m) in expanding membrane electrolysis capacity at its Rotterdam-Botlek site. This involves expanding chlorine capacity by 60 000 tonne to 350 000 tonne and caustic soda capacity by 70 000 tonne to 400 000 tonne. The company said that the additional chlorine capacity is to supply a large consumer in the Rotterdam area and will be supplied by pipeline.
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