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New FCS China plant with most modern facility
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Mar '08
Freudenberg has opened a new plant on Thursday in Qingpu, a district of Shanghai, China. Klüber Lubrication and Chem-Trend, two business units of Freudenberg Chemical Specialities KG, will be producing specialty lubricants and release agents at the facility for the Chinese market. Both companies are active in China and operate expanding sales companies in the country.

With an investment of 19 Million Euros the new Freudenberg Chemical Specialities plant in China is the group's most modern facility. The site has a total area of over 30,000 m2. Approximately one third of this land has been used for buildings to house offices, warehouses and logistics facilities, labs and production halls, recreation rooms and supply services.

The plant is one of the largest in the FCS production plant alliance and is designed for a maximum annual capacity of almost 13,000 metric tons of lubricants and release agents. The site layout includes an optional reserve of almost 20,000 m2 which can be used to meet future increases in demand by Chinese customers.

Particularly strong-growth sectors include the automotive, textile, plastics, shoe, tire and wood processing industries as well as bearing technology. China is one of the few lubricant markets in the world which, in contrast to the almost stagnating global market, continues on its growth path. Total consumption rose by almost 50% between 1995 and 2005. Annual consumption of all types of lubricants in China is between4 and 4,5 million metric tons, the second largest consumption worldwide.

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