Songwon signs The Antwerp Declaration for a European industrial deal
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Songwon signs The Antwerp Declaration for a European industrial deal

Songwon will be strengthening the competitiveness, sustainability and resilience of European industrial production

  • By ICN Bureau | May 14, 2024

Songwon Industrial, one of the largest manufacturers of polymer stabilizers in the world and a key global specialty chemicals player, has signed The Antwerp Declaration for a European Industrial Deal.

Together with 1,000 industry signatories representing 25 sectors across Europe, Songwon will be strengthening the competitiveness, sustainability and resilience of European industrial production, facilitating the transition towards a greener economy and developing sustainable practices across the industrial value chain in Europe.

The Antwerp Declaration underscores the urgent need for clarity, predictability and confidence in Europe’s industrial policy to achieve climate neutrality by 2050, amidst formidable challenges.

“Songwon strongly supports all of these objectives and they align with our sustainability commitments. Europe continues to be a significant market for SONGWON and we have had a presence for well over a decade, manufacturing a variety of products including key antioxidants and light stabilizers at our Greiz plant in Germany,” said Thomas Schmutz, Leader of Technology, Regulatory Affairs & Sustainability at Songwon.

“We are proud to support The Antwerp Declaration and look forward to working together with other European partners to advance a more circular and sustainable industrial ecosystem that paves the way for tomorrow's climate solutions.”

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