Delamine to ramp up production capacity of ethylene amines at Dutch plant

Delamine, a 50:50 JV between Akzo Nobel (Netherlands) and Tosoh Corporation (Japan) involved in ethylene amine production, is rapidly progressing with capacity expansion at its Delfzijl plant in the Netherlands. The capacity expansion will up the capacity of the plant by more than 35% to touch 55.000 mtpa creating the world's largest single (EDC-based) ethylene amines production unit. The expansion is a part of a debottlenecking program initiated by company two years ago which is set for completion in 2010. As per the company release, the production of higher amines will be given a strong focus, while increasing flexibility in product range driven by technology. The company produces a full range of ethylene amines (lower and higher homologues) used in a wide variety of industries, such as for the manufacture of chelating agents, epoxy curing agents, bitumen additives, paper chemicals and lub. oil & fuel additives.
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