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Jacobs wins engineering on Honeywell, Sinochem venture in China

12.06.2011  | 

Jacobs Engineering Group will provide engineering and procurement services for the newly-formed joint venture between Honeywell and Sinochem. The joint venture, to be located in Taicang, Jiangsu Province, plans to produce HFC-245fa, a non-ozone-depleting rigid foam blowing agent used in insulation.

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Jacobs Engineering Group was awarded a contract to provide engineering and procurement services for a newly-formed joint venture between Honeywell and Sinochem.

Officials did not disclose the construction value, but did announce that production is expected to start in late 2013. 

JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP INC. LOGOJacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE:JEC) Corporate Logo. (PRNewsFoto/Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.)PASADENA, CA UNITED STATES The work is being executed by Jacobs' operations in Mt. Laurel, N.J. and Shanghai, China, according to the company.

The joint venture, to be located in Taicang, Jiangsu Province, plans to produce HFC-245fa, a non-ozone-depleting rigid foam blowing agent used in insulation for appliances, construction, transportation and other applications where maximum energy efficiency is required.

Honeywell's newly launched next generation HFO lower-global-warming-potential blowing agent - Solstice liquid blowing agent - may also be produced by the joint venture, the company said.

In making the announcement, Jacobs vice president Bob Pragada said: "We are excited to work with Honeywell and Sinochem to meet the need for more energy efficient and environmentally compliant industrial materials in the world."



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