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Name Area (ha) Free (ha) City Country
AEQT - Tarragona Chemical Cluster 442.0 Tarragona Spain
Agro-Chemie Park Piesteritz 220.0 30.0 Piesteritz Germany
AkzoNobel R&D center Felling UK Felling United Kingdom
BASF Schwarzheide GmbH 265.0 100.0 Schwarzheide Germany
BASF SE, Ludwigshafen 1000.0 50.0 Ludwigshafen Germany
Castrop-Rauxel 106.0 25.0 Castrop-Rauxel Germany
ChemCoast Park Brunsbüttel 2000.0 250.0 Brunsbüttel Germany
Chemelot 50.0 Geleen The Netherlands
Chemical Cluster Delfzijl 1469.0 435.0 Delfzijl The Netherlands
ChemiePark Bitterfeld Wolfen 1200.0 160.0 Bitterfeld Wolfen Germany
Chemiepark Knapsack 180.0 22.0 Huerth/Cologne Germany
Chemiepark Linz 120.0 20.0 Linz Austria
Chemie- und Industriepark Zeitz 232.0 50.0 Zeitz Germany
Chemparc Lacq 450.0 60.0 Lacq France
Chempark Dormagen 360.0 25.0 Dormagen Germany
Chempark Krefeld-Uerdingen 260.0 40.0 Krefeld-Uerdingen Germany
Chempark Leverkusen Currenta 480.0 Leverkusen Germany
EMMTEC Industry & Business Park 1000.0 25.0 Emmen The Netherlands
Fos-Lavera-Berre 0.0 0.0 Fos sur Mer France
GENDORF Chemical Park 197.0 50.0 Burgkirchen a.d.Alz Germany
Grangemouth Grangemouth United Kingdom
Hellisheiði ON-Power Hellisheiði Iceland
Huelva 1700.0 760.0 Huelva & Palos de la Frontera Spain
Industrial Park Dorsten-Marl 70.0 30.0 Dorsten Germany
Industriepark Höchst 460.0 50.0 Frankfurt-Höchst Germany
IndustriePark Lingen 500.0 120.0 Lingen Germany
Industriepark Premnitz 115.0 30.0 Potsdam Germany
Industriepark Schwarze Pumpe 680.0 80.0 Spremberg Germany
Industriepark Solvay Rheinberg 261.0 80.0 Rheinberg Germany
industriepark walsrode 130.0 30.0 Walsrode Germany
INEOS Antwerp site Antwerp Belgium
InfraLeuna GmbH 1300.0 70.0 Leuna Germany
Infrapark Baselland 37.0 16.0 Muttenz Switzerland
Kohtla-Järve 345.0 Kohtla-Järve Estonia
Kokkola Industrial Park 600.0 70.0 Kokkola Finland
Krefeld-Uerdingen Currenta 330.0 25.0 Krefeld-Uerdingen Germany
Marl Chemical Park 650.0 40.0 Marl Germany
Monksland Monksland Ireland
NUON Industriepark Oberbruch 100.0 35.0 Oberbruch Germany
Pétfürdö Pétfürdö Hungary
Port Jérôme Lillebonne, Notre Dame de Gravenchon France
Port of Amsterdam 1200.0 300.0 Amsterdam The Netherlands
Port Of Antwerp 1000.0 Antwerp Belgium
Port of Le Havre 0.0 950.0 Le Have, Port-Jérôme France
Port of Rotterdam 300.0 Rotterdam The Netherlands
Port of Rouen Rouen France
Porto Marghera Italy
Porvoo Finland
Saltend Chemicals Parks 150.0 Hull United Kingdom
Schkopau Schkopau Germany
Schwechat Austria
Schwedt/Oder PCK Raffinerie GmbH 800.0 100.0 Schwedt Germany
Solvay Ind.park 24.0 20.0 Bad Zurzach Switzerland
Środa Śląska Środa Poland
Stade 903.0 Stade Germany
Stenungsund Stenungsund Sweden
Strážske Chemko Slovakia
Tessenderloo Tessenderloo Belgium
Turek Turek Poland
Valuepark Terneuzen 80.0 Terneuzen The Netherlands
Wilton International Middlesbrough United Kingdom
Wolfgang Industrial Park 82.0 27.5 Hanau Germany
ZILS - Sines Industrial and Logistics Zone 2375.0 590.4 Sines Portugal


Last month we had a very successful meeting in Le Havre. It was well organized by Haropa and its partners and we discussed the different strategies by chemical clusters and chemical parks. The presentations can be found on our website.

ECSPP Quarterly Message from the ECSPP President - Q2 2017

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DuPont Extends Fastest-Acting Phytase Product Line in Europe

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Takeda  announced that it has completed the construction of new manufacturing facilities at its site in Oranienburg. The new facility at a total cost of around 100 million euros, is scheduled to begin operating at the end of 2017. The state of Brandenburg and the German federal government each contributed half of the approximately 23 million euros in subsidies for the plant expansion.

Takeda Announces Completion of New Manufacturing Facilities at the Oranienburg Site in Germany

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INEOS is looking at sites across Europe including Antwerp in Belgium for its new world scale 750,000 tonne PDH plant. INEOS is planning to increase the capacity of its crackers at Grangemouth in Scotland and Rafnes in Norway to over 1 million tonnes each. With these cracker expansions, INEOS will have added up to 900,000 tonnes of ethylene to its overall production capacity “These are three major new projects”, says Jim Ratcliffe, founder and chairman of INEOS. “Collectively, it’s the equivalent of building a new world scale cracker in Europe”.

INEOS Plans Massive European Expansion Programme

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