New Biodiesel Plant to Be Operational in Amsterdam

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10 Jan 2014 11:50 Helen Clark

CHEMMONITOR.COM -  Private company based in Netherlands, Simadan Holding, is willing to invest about EUR 65 million or USD 88.6 million into a biodiesel plant located in Amsterdam. The plant’s capacity is approximately 150,000 tons (or 45 MMgy) of biodiesel.

The facility will be managed by the Simadan Holding’s subsidiary Biodiesel Amsterdam.

The new plant in Amsterdam is a part of the largest 12-acre industrial complex in Europe.

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