Nissan Chemical Finishes $1.4M Plant Expansion in TexasNissan Chemical Finishes $1.4M Plant Expansion in Texas
July 27, 2018
Chemical manufacturer Nissan Chemical America Corporation (NCA) plans to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony on August 23 to mark the completion of a $1.4 million expansion project at its Pasadena, TX production plant, the company announced in a press release Friday.
The project was initiated to boost production of the company’s nanoActiv line of oil and gas industry-related products.
“Sales to the oil and gas industry are continuing to grow and, with completion of the expansion, we are better positioned to meet demand and serve our customers well,” said William Smith, president of NCA, in a statement.
Along with state-of-the-art technology installed at the site, the company said its engineering controls and other parts of the project exceed guidelines set by the Texas Commission for Environmental Quality.
“The new improvements enable a production environment which is highly automated, highly efficient, uniquely safe to operate, cost effective, and offers the quality feedback information necessary to stay ahead in a highly competitive environment,” said Nissan Chemical America Vice President Robert Griffith in the release.
Established in 1989, Nissan Chemical America is a division of Japanese firm Nissan Chemical Corporation. The company’s Pasadena plant has been in operation since 1997.
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