De Nora, in line with its strategic plan to focus on the electrode business and develop new technologies, has signed a Joint Venture Agreement with ThyssenKrupp Uhde, a subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions, the plant engineering and construction specialist.
The companies are planning to combine activities regarding engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for electrolysis plants, such as for the chlorine electrolysis industry. This move will expand the technological platforms and increase the customer proximity as well as global presence of both partners.
The planned joint venture (subject to approval by antitrust authorities) will allow De Nora and ThyssenKrupp to provide a broader range of services and products to their electrolysis customers worldwide.
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