New plant for high-performance in China

BASF is building a new Ultramid polymerisation plant with a capacity of 100,000t per year in Shanghai, China. The new plant is planned to start up in 2015.
The BASF wholly owned plant would be built at the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park in Caojing, which is also home to a large-scale facility for integrated isocyanates, operated by BASF and partners. BASF also has production plants for polytetrahydrofuran (PolyTHF) and polyisocyanate (Basonat) for the coatings and furniture finishing industry and precious metal solutions for automotive catalysts at this location.

With more than 60 years of experience, BASF is the leading supplier of high quality polyamide and polyamide intermediates for the engineering plastics, film, fibre and monofilament industry. The line of products include Ultramid B (polyamide 6), Ultramid C (polyamide 6/6.6 copolymer) and Ultramid A (polyamide 6.6). The product offerings are supplemented by technical services for our customers.

“As part of our long-term strategy, we aim to locate production close to our customers in the Asia Pacific region, so that we can better support their growth, operate more efficiently and collaborate more closely. BASF intends to grow two percentage points above the market in Asia Pacific and maintain our commitment to environmental protection as well as ensuring a positive contribution to society for a sustainable future,” said Dr Albert Heuser, president and chairman, Greater China and Functions Asia Pacific.
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