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Bluestar Silicones was established on Feb 1st 2007 after the purchase of the silicone branch of Rhodia by China National Chemical Corp. (ChemChina). China National Chemical Corporation (ChemChina) is the largest group in China's chemical industry, active in 6 sectors: advanced chemical materials and specialty chemicals, basic chemicals, oil processing, agrochemicals, tire & rubber products and chemical equipment.

With over 60 years of expertise in the field of silicones, we have developed a proactive policy in terms of agile innovation. Since 1944, we have continuously sought to develop new technologies, new processes and new solutions to address our customers' needs.

2017 will be a great opportunity for you to discover more about our people and our silicones. We are very pleased to invite you throughout the year to follow our 10 years celebration on our website.

 

About Bluestar Silicones

With worldwide operations headquartered in Lyon, France, Bluestar Silicones is a $550 million worldwide silicones raw material manufacturer. The company is one of the world's leading fully integrated global silicones manufacturers with more than 60 years of silicone expertise. Bluestar Silicones has manufacturing operations throughout the world and combines upstream silicon metal operations and capacity with downstream silicone market and application development expertise. The company offers a comprehensive range of silicone technologies in support of diverse specialty markets including paper release, textile coatings, healthcare, moldmaking, automotive, aerospace, and personal care. Bluestar Silicones is owned by Elkem AS, Norway.

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