06 November 2012 11:48 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--BASF is investing €150m in a new emissions catalysts plant in ?xml:namespace>
Construction work on the facility at Sroda Slaska, a special economic zone near
BASF will initially invest €90m ($115m) in the project, with additional expansion up to 2016 raising the total investment to €150m.
The planned implementation of EU emissions regulations has increased demand for its advanced emissions control systems, the company said.
“BASF is more than doubling its production capacity in
More than 400 people will be employed at the plant, which will be BASF’s largest emissions catalysts facility in
BASF said it was also currently modernising and expanding its existing emissions catalysts plant at
Emissions catalysts are used in a variety of applications including automotives and mobile machinery.
($1 = €0.78)
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