Showa Denko ceramics announces merging operations and starts zeolite production

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Thursday, 04 December 2014

The completion of merging operations by the Japanese refractories and chemicals producer will reinforce its leadership in the supply of refractory ceramics in Asia, while expanding its mineral portfolio with the start of a high-silica zeolite plant in Japan.

Japanese refractories and ceramics producer Showa Denko has completed merging the operations of two of its ceramics-related subsidiaries to improve production efficiency in its ceramics business.

Showa Denko will start zeolite production at a plant in Fukushima for applications in water treatment within the decommissioning programme of the Fukushima Daiichi...

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