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Axens enters joint collaboration for digital solutions for process industries

November 08/2019

MOSCOW (MRC) -- Axens and CORYS have entered into a global exclusive collaboration agreement to develop and commercialize advanced simulation and training solutions for Axens process technologies based on CORYS� INDISS PLUS� dynamic simulation software, said Hydrocarbonprocessing.

The CORYS INDISS PLUS� dynamic simulator gives access to CORYS in-house high fidelity models. The dynamic simulator provides an accurate representation of the dynamic behavior of Axens process units for training, troubleshooting, and transient operations support during start-up, shutdown, and unexpected operations.

This framework agreement formalizes a successful and close business relationship between the two companies since many years.

Axens� exclusive cooperation with CORYS, a leading OTS software supplier, consolidates Axens� refining and petrochemical expertise and CORYS� know-how in dynamic simulation and software development into one software suite.  This strategic cooperation provides Axens� refining and petrochemical licensees access to proprietary kinetic reactor models, training scenarios, and services throughout the project lifecycle from operator training to operations support.

Ralf Gathmann, CEO of CORYS, stated: �We are proud to enter into this strategic partnership to more actively integrate CORYS� products with Axens allowing our mutual clients to improve their training, safety and operations efficiency."

As MRC informed earlier, Michelin, IFPEN, and Axens have announced the construction of the first industrial-scale prototype of a plant producing butadiene from bioethanol in France.

Butadiene is one of the main raw materials for the production of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS).

According to the ICIS-MRC Price Report, because of low prices in Asia in August, ABS imports to Russia amounted to 3.600 tonnes compared to 2,800 tonnes a month earlier and 2,700 tonnes  in August last year. According to the results of January - August, the import of ABS in the Russian Federation did not change relative to the same period last year and amounted to 21,900 tonnes.


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Author:Anna Larionova
Tags:ABS, butadien, Axens.
Category:General News
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