Keyword: Process Technology


Solvay and Orbia Create PVDF for Batteries JV

07.11.2022 -

The battery market is becoming increasingly important to the global chemical industry, with companies frequently linking up to supply key materials.


McDermott Buys Siluria Technologies

06.08.2019 - US engineering contractor McDermott International has acquired the assets and intellectual property of Siluria Technologies for an undisclosed sum. The transaction, which McDermott...


Haldor Topsoe Takes Control of Ferrostaal JV

22.08.2018 - Danish technology and catalysis group Haldor Topsoe has bought out partner Ferrostaal’s 50% stake in their Ferrostaal Topsoe Projects joint venture, gaining full control. Financial...

Strategy & Management

Modular In Every Respect

22.05.2018 - “Modular” is currently an often-quoted buzzword in the process industry – in process technology and engineering, automation and supply chain management. But what is often still...

Strategy & Management

Science that Enables Solutions for Clean Air, Improved Health and Sustainable Use of Resources

27.09.2017 - 2017 marks the 200th anniversary of UK specialty chemical and technology group Johnson Matthey which – back in 1817 – began as assayers, testing the purity of precious metals. In...

Sites & Services

Digitalization Stimulates Service Business

05.09.2017 -

In a joint recent study of 2017 the VDMA Large Industrial Plant Manufacturers' Group and MaexPartners analyzed the potential of Industry 4.0 for large industrial plant...


Grace Gives Unipol License to Canadian PP Project

02.08.2017 - US technology and chemical company W.R. Grace has granted a license for its Unipol PP process technology to Canada Kuwait Petrochemical Corp. (CKPC), a 50:50 joint venture between...

Plant Construction & Process Technology

Asahi Kasei: Lower Power Consumption Technology for the Chlor-Alkali Industry

10.07.2017 - In 1975, Asahi Kasei began the first commercial chlor-alkali production using the membrane electrolysis process. This industrial process for the electrolysis of sodium chloride...