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阿克苏诺贝尔加强中国布局 支持专业化学品行业发展 AkzoNobel expands in China to meet growing demand for specialty chemicals

28 十月 2016

New peroxides facility in Ningbo Multisite



 “随着行业对环保化工产品的需求日趋旺盛,新工厂的投产将帮助我们一如既往地支持本地客户加大新产品的开发。”阿克苏诺贝尔负责专业化学品业务管理委员会成员富唯纳 (Werner Fuhrmann)表示,“新增的投资着眼于客户和市场的需求, 同时也是我们战略布局的重中之重。这些投资将帮助公司继续实现有机增长,并加强在中国市场的领先地位。”


 “投资建设高规格的先进生产基地,,确保安全生产和可持续发展齐头并进,为我们在中国发展提供了重要基石。”阿克苏诺贝尔中国区总裁、中国及北亚区装饰漆业务部董事总经理林良琦博士表示,“我们将继续通过为客户开发必需的原料, 助力创造更宜居更多元的生活。”

宁波石化开发区管委会常务副主任胡祖友表示:“两个新装置的投产将提升园区的产业集聚度和发展能级, 对加快助推宁波世界级石化产业基地建设有重要意义。”




AkzoNobel has inaugurated two new specialty chemicals plants at its multi-site in Ningbo, China, that together represent a combined investment of €80 million. The company has also announced that a further €90 million is to be invested in building a new specialty chemicals plant in Tianjin.

The new facilities in Ningbo are for the Surface Chemistry and Polymer Chemistry businesses. The state-of-the-art site in Tianjin – to be located at the Nangang Chemical Park – is also being constructed for the Polymer Chemistry business and will replace its existing plant in the area.

“There is increasing demand for innovative and more sustainable chemical products and these new facilities will enable us to continue meeting our customers’ growing needs,” said Werner Fuhrmann, AkzoNobel’s Executive Committee member responsible for Specialty Chemicals. “As well as enhancing our customer focus, these investments also highlight our focus on organic growth and our commitment to further strengthening our market positions in China.”

The new facilities at the Ningbo site include an alkoxylation facility – which will provide surfactants for the agrochemical, cleaning, viscose and animal feed industries – as well as the company’s largest unit for making organic peroxides that are used in the production of crosslinked rubber. The investment will underline AkzoNobel’s position as the world’s largest organic peroxides producer.

“Investing instate-of-art specialty chemicals facilities, with a focus on sustainability, is only natural as we continue our growth journey in China,” explained Dr. LIN Liangqi, President of AkzoNobel China.

Commenting on the inaugurations, Director of the CMC in Ningbo Petrochemical District, Zuyou Hu said: “I am delighted to see AkzoNobel’s continued long-term commitment in Ningbo. The new facilities will greatly enhance Ningbo Chemical Base’s innovation capability and contribute to its development into one of China’s strategic chemical production hubs.” 

In Tianjin, the planned organic peroxides facility will utilize state-of-the-art technology that meets stringent safety and environmental standards introduced by the Chinese government. Offering more capacity than the existing site, it is being constructed to support efforts by the local authorities to improve safety in the chemical industry, while providing improved manufacturing and quality processes to customers.

“Our investment in Tianjin demonstrates our commitment to maintaining our safety leadership position while fully supporting the growth of our customers,” added Fuhrmann.

Construction of the new Tianjin site will start towards the end of 2016. It is expected to be operational in late 2018.