Oxea gets planning approval for China amines plant

23 September 2008 16:25  [Source: ICIS news]

LONDON (ICIS news)--Oxea has won local government approval to build a new amines plant in Changzhou Yangtze River Chemical Industrial Park in eastern China, the German chemicals firm said on Tuesday.


As part of a joint venture with Jianyin-based Chengxing Group, Oxea plans to complete the plant in the “next few years,” a spokeswoman from the company said.


No details on the size of investment or capacity were disclosed.


“Our new plant will primarily serve customers in China and Asia but we will also cater to the global markets,” said Oxea board member Miguel Mantas.


He added that the project could be the nucleus for production of other chemicals in the future.


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