Arkema has begun production of Sartomer® specialty UV/LED curing resins at its expanded facility in Nansha, China. This will support the development of more sustainable solutions for fast-growing applications in Asian markets, such as cutting-edge solutions in electronics, driven by 5G technology, and in renewable energies.
The Nansha capacity expansion leverages the most recent process and manufacturing standards. The whole plant has an energy efficiency program and aims at carbon neutral growth through green electricity purchasing and the installation of solar panels.
“Doubling the capacity of the Nansha plant will allow us to support the growth, innovation, and regional supply of our customers in Asia. The accelerating need for lower carbon solutions is creating new opportunities for the UV/LED curing technology, which is expanding fast to a wider range of substrates and applications” said Richard Jenkins, senior vice-president, Arkema’s Coating Solutions.
This project is part of Arkema’s strategy to expand its portfolio of high performance and sustainable materials, including UV/LED, powder, waterborne and high solid technologies.
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