Nedmag expands magnesium hydroxide storage capacity

By Liz Gyekye
Published: Thursday, 11 June 2015

The company is getting ready to ramp up production by investing in four new MDH storage tanks, which it has shipped from Sweden to its manufacturing base in the Netherlands, as it cements its role as a leading supplier of pulp-bleaching products.

Netherlands-based dead burned magnesia (DBM) and magnesium chemical producer Nedmag Industries has expanded its magnesium hydroxide (MDH) storage capacity in order to meet increasing demand for the material from the pulp and paper industry in Europe.

The company’s investment in four storage tanks is the latest in a long-line of purchases...

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