De Nora expands its Asia Pacific capability
Water technology company De Nora has invested US$10 million to expand and upgrade its Chinese manufacturing capacity to keep up with growing demand.
Apparently, the investment will increase production capacity by over 50% per year, the company said and will help meet growing demand for its electrode and water technology products throughout the Asia Pacific region.
“Not only is our expansion and upgrade tapping into China’s thriving manufacturing industry, it is also proof of our continuous efforts to deliver from our Suzhou plant high quality products to customers across Asia,” said Paolo Dellachà, CEO, De Nora.
Danilo Parini, regional chief officer Asia, added: “China plays a strategic role for our business in Asia, with manufacturing facilities here in Suzhou as well as Jinan.”
“This investment will see us improve the current capacity at our Suzhou plant, ensuring we continue to meet best practice manufacturing standards across our electrochemical and water technologies applications.”
The expansion includes a new assembly area for the production of De Nora’s major water technologies applications, including for ballast water treatment and seawater electrochlorination.
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