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Wacker opens a new plant in India
Wacker Metroark Chemicals Pvt Ltd is expanding its existing silicone production at its Amtala site near Kolkata with a new hydrosilylation plant for manufacturing functional silicone fluids. The plant with an annual capacity of over 6,000 metric tons was officially opened today at a ceremony in Amtala.
Rising scope kindles silicones hopes
The hidden potential of silicones for the Indian market has still not been fully explored. Though the market is a bit slow, the leading producers are upbeat and are hard at cracking it. An exclusive ITJ report
'For last few years, silicones industry has grown 3% above worldwide GDP'
It all begun in 1998 for Wacker Metroark Chemicals Pvt Ltd, when WACKER and Metroark decided to form a joint venture under Soumitra Mukherjee´s leadership. Mukherjee joined his father Swaraj Ranjan Mukherjee at Metroark to develop the know-how and install plants for manufacture of siloxane intermediates and silicone resins and varnishes, making Metroark the only manufacturer of silicones in India.
Wacker expands Kolkata technical centre
The Munich-based chemical group WACKER is strengthening its presence in India by opening its expanded technical centre for silicone products in Amtala near Kolkata recently.
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