BASF, a leading supplier of materials to the construction industry in the region, is set to support the fourth edition of Technovanza, an engineering and IT festival organised by Manipal University in Dubai.
The event, to be held
BASF, a leading supplier of construction chemicals in the GCC, has unveiled its Master Builders Solutions in Kuwait.
It also presented its tiling and screeds solutions, along with other technologies such as admixture and construct
German chemicals group BASF and Russia's Gazprom have abandoned a gas assets swap deal planned for this year as companies across Europe continue to suffer from growing tensions between Moscow and the West.
Relations between Ru
Germany's BASF SE, the world's largest chemicals company by sales, cut its earnings forecasts and its projections for the broader market yesterday, becoming the latest industrial group to fall victim to weak demand in its main European m
Germany-based chemical firm BASF has launched an online interactive platform to develop solutions to global challenges related to urban living, smart energy and food.
Customers, scientists, the public and BASF experts are invited
BASF, one of the world’s leading producers of construction chemicals, has joined hands with cement and concrete materials leader Lafarge to set up a new plant for the production and marketing of construction chemicals in the autonomous Ira
BASF, the world's biggest chemicals company by sales, said it could spend more than one billion euros ($1.4bn) to build a petrochemical plant in the US, joining global peers attracted by cheap shale gas there.
Natural gas is a
German chemical company BASF has collaborated with the Petroleum Institute (PI) of Abu Dhabi to develop new processes for removing aggressive sulfur compounds from acid gases.
Under the deal, the research activities of BASF and PI
Germany-based BASF, a leading chemical company, has launched its ‘Master Builders Solutions’ brand in the GCC, Russia, Turkey and Kazakhstan.
The solution has already been introduced in the AsiaPacific region and will
German chemicals group BASF said on Friday it closed its Egyptian operations on Thursday because of the violent political protests in the country.
"The safety of our employees has top priority. We are observing the situation