The Chemical Cluster Delfzijl is a unique co-operation between companies that exchange raw materials, share supplies, and with attention for safety, quality, people, and environment. The Chemical Cluster Delfzijl is a sustainably developed industrial area for chemical related companies, connected to each other like a chain. At the moment 18 companies are settled in the cluster.
- Akzo Nobel
- Delesto (combined heat and power plant (530 MW))
- Teijin Aramid
- Lubrizol Advanced Materials Resin
- OCI (former Bio MCN)
- ChemCom Industries
- JPB Groep
- Dow Benelux
- Evonik (former PeroxyChem)
- Siniat (former Lafarge Gips)
- Gebr. Borg Recycling
- PPG Industries Chemicals
- Contitank Tankstorage
- Tankcleaning Gebr. Borg
- North Water
Base Chemicals and specialties
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|Railway||yes||railway grid on site|
|Waterway||yes||located near to the Oosterhornkanaal and connected to the Eemskanaal (Delfzijl-Groningen-Lemmer) and via sea locks to the open sea.|
Salt, chloride, alkaline, hydrogen, etc.
Chemical related products
Up to environment classification 1-5 (large industry)
Vopak at Eemshaven
JPB Group and Contitank Tankstorage at Delfzijl
- Royal Wagenborg Group
- Wijnne Barends Logistics
- Orange Blue Terminals
- JPB (warehousing)
- Gebr. Borg
Avantium starts construction of bio-MEG demonstration plant in the Netherlands
Avantium N.V. has started construction of a new demonstration plant that will help advance the production of bio-based mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) made directly from renewable sugars.
BioMCN to double capacity with €100 million investment
BioMCN announced an estimated €100 million investment to refurbish the second methanol production line, located at Chemical Park Delfzijl.
BioMCN Delfzijl focuses on sustainability with CO2 injection project
The investment makes it possible to inject green CO2, which is released in the production of biogas, into the reactor at BioMCN. The investment project thus leads to a production capacity of 15,000 tons of bio-methanol and additional employment.
AkzoNobel, Avantium, Chemport Europe, RWE and Staatsbosbeheer create a breakthrough technology deployment to accelerate the biobased economy
Avantium announces a partnership with AkzoNobel, Chemport Europe, RWE and Staatsbosbeheer for the development of a reference plant at the Chemie Park Delfzijl. This important step marks the next stage of a collaborative effort to determine the feasibility of a wood to chemicals biorefinery in Delfzijl.