DyStar to close German plant, lays off employees


Singapore-based specialty chemicals company DyStar has announced plans to “restructure” its plant in Ludwigshafen, Germany, in response to changing business conditions and market changes. The plant, inherited from the company’s founders, who started indigo research and production more than 125 years ago, has been an integral part of DyStar’s global ...

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