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Company will develop two million-square-foot complex, resulting in 210 new direct jobs and 516 new indirect jobs.


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Company will develop two million-square-foot complex, resulting in 210 new direct jobs and 516 new indirect jobs.

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Katoen Natie USA Announces $150 Million Baton Rouge Area Facility

Company will develop two million-square-foot complex, resulting in 210 new direct jobs and 516 new indirect jobs.

BASF Breaks Ground On Expansion In Geismar, LA

BASF's formic acid project will create 20 new direct jobs and result in more than 90 new indirect jobs at the company's growing chemical complex. Oct 24, 2012 @ 11:39 AM

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