18 Oct 2017 Germany's BASF – the world's largest chemical producer – has been cited by Iranian officials as planning to make an investment of $4 billion in BASF Venture Capital’s investment was part of the second and final close of Omnivore Partners India Fund 2, which brought the total fund size to USD 97 million. Omnivore had completed a first close of USD 46 million in January 2018. BASF is announcing a new battery materials production site in Schwarzheide, Germany, as part of its multi-step investment plan to support the European electric vehicle (EV) value chain. This state-of-the art plant will produce cathode active materials (CAM) with an initial capacity enabling the supply of around 400,000 full electric vehicles per year with BASF battery materials. March 10, 2020 - BASF launches a new Tri-Metal Catalyst, developed in collaboration with and sponsored by Sibanye-Stillwater and Impala Platinum. March 6, 2020 - Finnish battery industry intensifies cooperation: Fortum, BASF, and Nornickel sign cooperation agreement on battery recycling
Germany's BASF will likely pick Germany as the site for its next plant to produce chemicals for batteries used in electric cars, the group's CEO told Manager Magazin.
24 Oct 2019 Germany's BASF will likely pick Germany as the site for its next plant to produce chemicals for batteries used in electric cars, the group's CEO 2 days ago Welcome to the Investor Relations website of BASF. Here you will find relevant information on BASF and our shares. 12 Feb 2020 “With these investments in Finland and Germany, BASF will be the first CAM ( cathode active materials) supplier with local production capacities BASF is the world's leading chemical company headquartered in Germany. With a single-digit million-euro investment, BASF has enhanced the flexibility of its
BASF and TELUS Ventures invest in AgTech startup Hummingbird Technologies Vancouver, Canada; and Ludwigshafen, Germany; October 15, 2019 – BASF
Germany’s BASF to Build $10 Billion Guangdong Chemical Plant. Chemical giant BASF’s logo marks a factory in Germany on Feb. 27. German chemicals giant BASF SE signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Monday to investigate the construction of a major chemical production complex in South China’s Guangdong province.