BASF Construction Chemicals celebrates new office opening in Durban

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BASF’s Construction Chemicals business recently expanded its footprint in the Durban area by opening an office and warehouse in Cornubia, Durban.

The building consists of modern work spaces and a quality control concrete laboratory.  The new office not only offers an ideal working environment to pursue the company’s mandate, but also cultivates collaboration and innovation for sustainable growth.

According to Managing Director of BASF Construction Chemicals South Africa, Angus Peruzzo, this growth will continue the company’s path of excellence to serve its customers better. “The opening of our branch in Durban signals our commitment to continuously improve our efficiency and ability to meet the growing demands of our valued customers”, he said.

BASF Construction Chemicals will continue to re-engineer its current site in Cornubia, with the main purpose to optimize its warehousing and production processes to include an admixture factory in the near future.

About BASF Construction Chemicals division

BASF’s Construction Chemicals division offers advanced chemical solutions under the global umbrella brand Master Builders Solutions for the construction, maintenance, repair and renovation of structures.

The brand is built on more than 100 years of experience in the construction industry. Our comprehensive portfolio encompasses concrete admixtures, cement additives, chemical solutions for underground construction, waterproofing systems, sealants, concrete repair and protection systems, performance grouts, performance flooring systems, tile-fixing systems, expansion joints and control systems including wood protection solutions.

The Construction Chemicals division’s approximately 6000 employees form a global community of building experts. The division operates production sites and sales offices in more than 60 countries and achieved sales of about €2.3 billion in 2016. Further information at

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