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ACTEGA Rhenania on June 5 inaugurated its new laboratory building in Grevenbroich. The company, which belongs to the specialty chemicals group ALTANA, invested approximately 10 million [euro] in the new building.
ACTEGA Rhenania inaugurated its new laboratory building in Grevenbroich on June 5.
A Ferrari 288 GTO vintage car is being pulled on a tow truck on Wednesday in Grevenbroich, western Germany, after the stolen vehicle was discovered in a garage.
The museum also hosts a wooden cover of a sarcophagus lent to the museum by the Museum of Grevenbroich in Germany.
Coatings and adhesives specialist company Actega Rhenania GmbH is building a new laboratory in Grevenbroich, Germany.
Clubs: Progresul Odorei, Unirea Cristur, Spvg Oberaussen, Tus Grevenbroich, Ford Niehl Koln.
Brosig also has extensive expertise in the area of neurological rehabilitation, having headed for years the first outpatient rehabilitation centre for neurological diseases in North-Rhine-Westfalia in his hometown of Grevenbroich, which he established ten years ago.
Belonging Aleris International Inc., Beachwood, Ohio, USA the company has invested more than 40 million Euro to modernize plants, in Grevenbroich Germany and Toeging.
An example of the targeted expansion of the company's R&D activities is the doubling of laboratory capacities of ACTEGA Rhenania in Grevenbroich.