Evonik, the creative industrial group from Germany, is one of the world leaders in specialty chemicals. Profitable growth and a sustained increase in the value of the company form the heart of Evonik’s corporate strategy. Its activities focus on the key megatrends health, nutrition, resource efficiency and globalization. Evonik benefits specifically from its innovative prowess and integrated technology platforms.

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AIR PRODUCTS SELLS PERFORMANCE MATERIALS DIVISION TO EVONIK FOR $3.8BN

chemicals-technology | January 06, 2017

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Global industrial gases company Air Products has completed the sale of its performance materials division (PMD) to speciality chemical manufacturer Evonik Industries for $3.8bn in cash. Air Products chairman, president and chief executive officer Seifi Ghasemi said: “I am pleased that we completed the sale of PMD in the time frame we promised and congratulate both the Air Products and Evonik teams who worked hard to achieve this goal. “Since implementing this plan, Air Products has b...

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EVONIK, AKZONOBEL, AND SHELL PURSUE HYDROGEN FROM ELECTROLYSIS

Chemical & Engineering | January 24, 2018

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Three separate European groups plan to build electrolysis plants that will use renewable energy to split water and make hydrogen. The groups say they are motivated by the opportunity to make production of hydrogen, now derived mostly via natural gas reforming, more sustainable.The chemical maker Evonik Industries has teamed up with Siemens in a two-year “artificial photosynthesis” research project that will use electrolysis powered by renewable electricity to convert water and carbon...

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EVONIK TO DIVEST AGROCHEMICALS SITE IN KANSAS

chemengonline | August 31, 2018

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Evonik Industries AG is taking the next step in systematically focusing on specialty chemicals with the divestment of its U.S.-based Jayhawk site in Galena, Kansas. The site produces precursors for agrochemicals. “We want to continue growing profitably in the specialty chemicals sector,” says Evonik Executive Board Chairman Christian Kullmann. “This also means giving up businesses or sites if a different owner can offer the business better future perspectives. The sale is a fur...

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EVONIK SELLS ITS US JAYHAWK SITE

LUMITOS | September 03, 2018

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Evonik is taking the next step in systematically focusing on specialty chemicals with the divestment of its US Jayhawk site in Galena, Kansas. The site produces precursors for agrochemicals, which are not included in the growth businesses defined by Evonik. “We want to continue growing profitably in the specialty chemicals sector,” says Evonik Executive Board Chairman Christian Kullmann. “This also means giving up businesses or sites if a different owner can offer the business ...

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AIR PRODUCTS SELLS PERFORMANCE MATERIALS DIVISION TO EVONIK FOR $3.8BN

chemicals-technology | January 06, 2017

Global industrial gases company Air Products has completed the sale of its performance materials division (PMD) to speciality chemical manufacturer Evonik Industries for $3.8bn in cash. Air Products chairman, president and chief executive officer Seifi Ghasemi said: “I am pleased that we completed the sale of PMD in the time frame we promised and congratulate both the Air Products and Evonik teams who worked hard to achieve this goal. “Since implementing this plan, Air Products has b...

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EVONIK, AKZONOBEL, AND SHELL PURSUE HYDROGEN FROM ELECTROLYSIS

Chemical & Engineering | January 24, 2018

Three separate European groups plan to build electrolysis plants that will use renewable energy to split water and make hydrogen. The groups say they are motivated by the opportunity to make production of hydrogen, now derived mostly via natural gas reforming, more sustainable.The chemical maker Evonik Industries has teamed up with Siemens in a two-year “artificial photosynthesis” research project that will use electrolysis powered by renewable electricity to convert water and carbon...

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EVONIK TO DIVEST AGROCHEMICALS SITE IN KANSAS

chemengonline | August 31, 2018

Evonik Industries AG is taking the next step in systematically focusing on specialty chemicals with the divestment of its U.S.-based Jayhawk site in Galena, Kansas. The site produces precursors for agrochemicals. “We want to continue growing profitably in the specialty chemicals sector,” says Evonik Executive Board Chairman Christian Kullmann. “This also means giving up businesses or sites if a different owner can offer the business better future perspectives. The sale is a fur...

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EVONIK SELLS ITS US JAYHAWK SITE

LUMITOS | September 03, 2018

Evonik is taking the next step in systematically focusing on specialty chemicals with the divestment of its US Jayhawk site in Galena, Kansas. The site produces precursors for agrochemicals, which are not included in the growth businesses defined by Evonik. “We want to continue growing profitably in the specialty chemicals sector,” says Evonik Executive Board Chairman Christian Kullmann. “This also means giving up businesses or sites if a different owner can offer the business ...

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