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Belgian chemical producer Solvay is expanding its composite materials capacities with a new state-of-the-art resin facility and an upgraded site in Östringen, Germany. The company said the investment is designed to meet growing demand from aircraft customers for light-weighting materials along with supply products and services for parts such as engine fan blades.
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