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Johnson Matthey, ThyssenKrupp renew ammonia catalyst supply deal

December 24/2020

MOSCOW (MRC) -- Johnson Matthey and ThyssenKrupp have agreed to renew their collaboration around ammonia process and catalyst supply, said Chemweek.

Under the terms of the partnership, founded 20 years ago, ThyssenKrupp exclusively uses Johnson Mattheys catalysts for plants built using ThyssenKrupps Uhde ammonia process.

ThyssenKrupp is licensor of the largest ammonia plants in the world," Johnson Matthey says. "The Uhde ammonia technology has ultra-low energy consumption and enables the highest production in a single-train unit, thus minimizing investment costs, and is suitable for small-to-large-scale capacity plants of up to 5,000 metric tons/day."

ThyssenKrupp has built 21 ammonia plants with a total capacity of 40,000 metric tons/day using Johnson Matthey catalysts, representing almost 9% of worldwide nitrogen fertilizer production, Johnson Matthey says.

As MRC informed earlier, Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions said it has won an order from Turkish packaging producer Koksan Pet Packaging Ind Co to build a polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plant in Gaziantep, in the southeast of the country. Thyssenkrupp will supervise the construction and commissioning of the plant and provide the main equipment, engineering works, licence and staff training.

According to ICIS-MRC Price report, in Russia, December contract PET prices were in the range of Rb68,100-71,000/tonne CPT Moscow, including VAT. Most producers raised their prices of material in the second week of December and expect further price increases by the end of this month.
Author:Anna Larionova
Tags:APET-granulate, PET-granulate, PET bottles, PET films, PET preforms, Thyssenkrupp.
Category:General News
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