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Lehmann&Voss Opens New Production Facility and Application Technology Centre in China

20 December 2016

Lehmann&Voss Opens New Production Facility and Application Technology Centre in China

Lehmann&Voss has formally opened LEHVOSS New Material, a 26,910 ft2 (2,500 m²) production facility and Application Technology Centre in Kunshan, China.  

According to Lehmann&Voss, production at the plant will focus on LUVOCOM high-performance compounds as well as LUVOBATCH additives and masterbatches.

“We are proud to be present in China, not only with our market development organisation but from now on with our manufacturing as well. This represents a strong commitment to customers and the Asian market,” said Juergen Heise, General Manager of LEHVOSS New Material (Kunshan). “This is an important milestone for the globalisation of our polymer business. Lehmann&Voss is now represented with production facilities on three continents. We are excited by this new opportunity to expand our business, which enables us to further improve service for our global and local customers in China and throughout Asia,” said Heise.

 


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