Vitamin E production
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryDSM announces the opening of the "world's largest" vitamin E plant in Sisseln, Switzerland Sept. 9; the facility has the capacity to produce roughly 25,000 tons of the vitamin each year. The new building "includes systems to monitor full product traceability," the firm says...
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