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At BASF, we create chemistry for a sustainable future. We combine economic success with environmental protection and social responsibility. Through science and innovation we enable our customers in nearly every industry to meet the current and future needs of society.

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BASF in Ireland

We market BASF products to manufacturing industries and the agricultural sector in Ireland. We manufacture speciality chemicals for the mining industry. We provide intercompany financing to BASF group companies across the globe.

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BASF in Cork

Our Cork site manufactures speciality chemicals for the mining industry.

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Creating Chemistry-Magazine #10

A new look at energy. In the tenth issue of Creating Chemistry magazine, we explore how the transition from fossil fuels to renewables can be successful.

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Coronavirus and Measures at BASF

The coronavirus pandemic is currently posing major challenges to many people and also to companies. The past weeks have demonstrated: only together can we succeed in overcoming this crisis. At BASF, we believe we are well prepared. The well-being of our employees and supplying our customers in the best possible way have the utmost priority for us.

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Annual Shareholders’ Meeting 2021

The Annual Shareholders’ Meeting of BASF SE was held on Thursday, April 29, 2021, starting at 10:00 a.m. as an entirely virtual meeting.

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Superconductors transmit electric power with negligible line losses and have high current-carrying capacity compared to copper. This will make it possible to generate and transmit electricity in a resource-saving manner in future.
For the efficient production of high-temperature superconductors Deutsche Nanoschicht GmbH, a BASF Group company, has developed a unique process: very thin films of a superconducting material are applied to a metal strip in a continuous process by a technique called chemical solution deposition. In contrast to other, physical methods, the chemical process requires neither a vacuum nor a clean room environment. This provides a decisive advantage for the production costs of the superconducting wires.
Anushka Kudaliyange (left) and Margot Ledwon-Brzezina (right), both employees of Analytics and Pilot Production, examine metal substrates before coating.

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