BASF Begins Work On Mumbai Innovation Campus

By Chemical Processing Staff

Dec 09, 2014

BASF broke ground on a new Innovation Campus in Navi Mumbai, India. The company will invest approximately €50 million via BASF Chemicals India Private Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of BASF SE. The facility will accommodate around 300 scientists investigating areas including crop protection, process development and polymer research.

BASF is further developing its research organization and bundling its competencies in three global platforms, with the headquarters of Advanced Materials & Systems Research based in the Asia Pacific region. The BASF Innovation Campus (Mumbai) will be a key hub of BASF’s global research and development (R&D) network, and, next to Shanghai, BASF’s second major R&D location in Asia Pacific.

For more information, visit: www.basf.com

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