Oxea to build chemical plant in China
OBERHAUSEN, Germany — Chemical company Oxea announced Friday that it will build its first chemical plant for the production of oxo derivatives in Nanjing, China, in 2012, according to a press release.
Scheduled to go on-stream in 2013, the new state-of-the-art plant will serve the fast-growing demand for oxo derivatives in China and Asia.
Oxo derivatives are key ingredients that are used in nearly all sectors of China''s economy, including automotive, construction, cosmetics, pharmaceutical and personal care products.
"China is the main growth engine for the Asia-Pacific region, and at this strategic location our new plant will greatly support our local customers there. In a first step our Nanjing plant will produce Oxea''s specialty esters, phthalate-free plasticizers and other oxo derivatives. However, we have allowed space for future expansion and new investments," said Miguel Mantas, executive board member for marketing and sales. "The new plant will enable Oxea to better serve the steadily growing high demand for our products in China and Asia and at the same time further strengthen Oxea''s leading global market position.”