MOSCOW (MRC) -- Nouryon announced the expansion of its office footprint and workforce in Mumbai, India, with the launch of a new Global Service Center, said the company.
The Global Service Center includes commercial teams focused on business development in India as well as functional hubs that will support the Company’s global growth plans. The newly expanded office and innovation center in Mumbai will employ a growing workforce of nearly 350 employees that will occupy approximately 50,000 square feet.
“Our expanded presence in India reinforces Nouryon’s long-term commitment to this strategically important talent and growth market,” said Charlie Shaver, Nouryon Chairman and CEO. “Nouryon will continue to make sustained investments in talent development and capability enhancement to ensure Nouryon is well positioned to maximize growth in India and around the world."
The Global Service Center also hosts commercial teams, the innovation and application development center, as well as other supporting functional teams including Customer Service, Finance Operations, Logistics, Trade Compliance, Product Safety & Regulatory Affairs, Information Management, and Human Resources.
We remind, Nouryon announced that it has commissioned a chlorine dioxide plant to modernize and expand the Arauco pulp mill in Chile. The project, called the MAPA project, is a $2.35 billion pulp mill and is the largest industrial project in the Biobio region. The new plant adds 1.56 million tons per year of eucalyptus pulp capacity to Arauco’s footprint that will be supplied to its customers.