At the ripe old age of 109, Denmark’s Hempel is preparing for a growth spurt. The maker of Farrow & ...

As Martin Brudermueller heads for the door after six years in charge of BASF, he signalled the world’s largest chemical ...

When compared to say complex food ingredients or aircraft composites, fertiliser can be seen as a bit of a boring ...

Digitisation has been both a blessing and a curse for the distribution industry. Running a web-based portal helps streamline purchasing ...

Kelly-Moore Paints is closing its doors for good, overcome by a cash drain from asbestos litigation. The efforts of a ...

So Much Potential But 2G’s Struggles Continue

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Andrew Noel

Clariant has called time on its 2G bioethanol project in Podari, Romania. What was supposed to be a showcase for ...

It’s going to be a very bleak winter for many parts of Europe’s chemical industry amid high-energy prices and a ...

Lubrizol is known for its dispersants to separate particles in body-lotion and greases yet CEO Rebecca Liebert has spent her ...

The debate around traditional chemicals versus new biological pesticides can be a dividing one in wider society. When it comes ...

To Love Solvay Is To Break It Up: CEO

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Andrew Noel

In December, shareholders of 160-year-old Solvay will gather at a conference centre in downtown Brussels. Rather than a borefest of ...

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