AkzoNobel Invests In Peroxide Operations

March 30, 2015
The company will invest in organic peroxide production facilities in Mons, Belgium and Houston, Texas.
AkzoNobel Expands Peroxide Operations

AkzoNobel organic peroxide production site in Pasadena, TX

AkzoNobel will invest more than €20 million in its organic peroxide production facilities in Mons, Belgium and Houston (Pasadena), Texas in the US.

In Mons, the company is introducing new technologies to increase efficiency and capacity. The investment is part of a plan to establish a modern, centralized hub to better serve AkzoNobel's European and global customers. In Houston, the company is implementing a new site-wide process control system to significantly improve capacity and operational efficiencies to meet the increasing demands of US customers.

AkzoNobel operates a total of 11 organic peroxide manufacturing plants globally, including facilities in Los Reyes, Mexico; Ningbo, China; Mahad, India; and Itupeva, Brazil.

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