Imerys opens its extended European Technology Center
3. June 2021 | Markets & Companies
Imerys has opened its extensive European Technology Center for performance minerals in Toulouse. It hosts 50 experts and has state-of-the-art equipment for the polymers, rubber, paint, ceramics and building materials markets, among others.
The Toulouse laboratory strengthened its capacities at the end of 2020 and now employs more than 50 French and international technicians and scientists.
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Covering an area of ââapproximately 2,500 mÂ², the new site aims to concentrate Imerys’ R&D resources on its key markets, while allowing knowledge sharing with other laboratories in Europe, the United States and Asia. Recognized as a laboratory committed to the optimization and development of new mineral solutions for plastics (virgin, recycled and biopolymer resins), elastomers and life sciences, the Toulouse Technology Center is also a global center of excellence. for polymer applications.
Access to main academic and scientific resources
With this new investment, it now has experts and equipment for the ceramics, construction materials, filtration, health, human and animal feed markets. The Toulouse laboratory strengthened its capacities at the end of 2020 and now employs more than 50 French and international technicians and scientists. According to Imerys, the establishment in Toulouse now allows the Group to have access to major academic and scientific resources throughout a region which is home to major R&D initiatives.
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