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Solvay to expand sulfone polymer capacity in India

Expansion is part of the company's strategy to raise the global production of its high-performance sulfone polymers by 35 percent in the US and Asia

Rakesh Rao  |  Mumbai 

Solvay Specialty Polymers' Panoli (Gujarat) plant
Solvay Specialty Polymers’ Panoli (Gujarat) plant

The Euro 12.4-billion specialty polymers company Solvay, is planning to expand capacity of its plant in India as part of its strategy to raise the global production of its high-performance sulfone polymers. 

“The company expects to increase global production capacity for its high-performance sulfone polymers by more than 35 percent over the next five years through significant investments and process optimisations at facilities in the US and Asia,” said in a press release. 

While the company’s sulfone polymers facility in Asia is located at (Gujarat), its production site in the US is based at Marietta (Ohio). In addition to producing sulfone polymers at these facilities, is back-integrated, producing sulfone monomer at as well as its plant in Augusta (Georgia, USA), to ensure security of supply for its customers in fast-growing markets.

The company - whose portfolio includes Udel (PSU), Radel polyphenylsulfone (PPSU) and Veradel polyethersulfone (PESU) - has already added more than 12,000 metric tonnes over the past decade through similar measures.

is the founding innovator of sulfone polymers with the introduction of Udel PSU more than 50 years ago. We take great pride in our legacy and leadership position and, today, we are committed to continue investing in our production with the aim of meeting growing industry demand and better serving our customers worldwide,” said Augusto Di Donfrancesco, president of Solvay’s specialty polymers global business unit.

A global leader in and monomer production, technical support and innovation, serves customers in highly competitive industries, such as aerospace, automotive, consumer products, construction, electrical/electronics, healthcare and filtration membranes.

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Solvay to expand sulfone polymer capacity in India

Expansion is part of the company's strategy to raise the global production of its high-performance sulfone polymers by 35 percent in the US and Asia

Expansion is part of the company's strategy to raise the global production of its high-performance sulfone polymers by 35 percent in the US and Asia
The Euro 12.4-billion specialty polymers company Solvay, is planning to expand capacity of its plant in India as part of its strategy to raise the global production of its high-performance sulfone polymers. 

“The company expects to increase global production capacity for its high-performance sulfone polymers by more than 35 percent over the next five years through significant investments and process optimisations at facilities in the US and Asia,” said in a press release. 

While the company’s sulfone polymers facility in Asia is located at (Gujarat), its production site in the US is based at Marietta (Ohio). In addition to producing sulfone polymers at these facilities, is back-integrated, producing sulfone monomer at as well as its plant in Augusta (Georgia, USA), to ensure security of supply for its customers in fast-growing markets.

The company - whose portfolio includes Udel (PSU), Radel polyphenylsulfone (PPSU) and Veradel polyethersulfone (PESU) - has already added more than 12,000 metric tonnes over the past decade through similar measures.

is the founding innovator of sulfone polymers with the introduction of Udel PSU more than 50 years ago. We take great pride in our legacy and leadership position and, today, we are committed to continue investing in our production with the aim of meeting growing industry demand and better serving our customers worldwide,” said Augusto Di Donfrancesco, president of Solvay’s specialty polymers global business unit.

A global leader in and monomer production, technical support and innovation, serves customers in highly competitive industries, such as aerospace, automotive, consumer products, construction, electrical/electronics, healthcare and filtration membranes.
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Solvay to expand sulfone polymer capacity in India

Expansion is part of the company's strategy to raise the global production of its high-performance sulfone polymers by 35 percent in the US and Asia

The Euro 12.4-billion specialty polymers company Solvay, is planning to expand capacity of its plant in India as part of its strategy to raise the global production of its high-performance sulfone polymers. 

“The company expects to increase global production capacity for its high-performance sulfone polymers by more than 35 percent over the next five years through significant investments and process optimisations at facilities in the US and Asia,” said in a press release. 

While the company’s sulfone polymers facility in Asia is located at (Gujarat), its production site in the US is based at Marietta (Ohio). In addition to producing sulfone polymers at these facilities, is back-integrated, producing sulfone monomer at as well as its plant in Augusta (Georgia, USA), to ensure security of supply for its customers in fast-growing markets.

The company - whose portfolio includes Udel (PSU), Radel polyphenylsulfone (PPSU) and Veradel polyethersulfone (PESU) - has already added more than 12,000 metric tonnes over the past decade through similar measures.

is the founding innovator of sulfone polymers with the introduction of Udel PSU more than 50 years ago. We take great pride in our legacy and leadership position and, today, we are committed to continue investing in our production with the aim of meeting growing industry demand and better serving our customers worldwide,” said Augusto Di Donfrancesco, president of Solvay’s specialty polymers global business unit.

A global leader in and monomer production, technical support and innovation, serves customers in highly competitive industries, such as aerospace, automotive, consumer products, construction, electrical/electronics, healthcare and filtration membranes.

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