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Styrolanlage Standort Ludwigshafen. Die Styrol-Wertschöpfungskette beginnt im Steamcracker. Hier werden aus dem Rohstoff Naphta (Rohbenzin) u. a. Ethylen und Benzol gewonnen. Beide Grundchemikalien sind Ausgangsprodukte für Styrol.

Styrol ist Einsatzstoff für die Herstellung von Dispersionen, vor allem aber von Schaumstoffen und anderen Kunststoffen. Sie stecken in Tausenden verschiedenen Endprodukten: in Autos, Gebäudedämmung, Verpackungen, Haushaltsgeräten, Staubsaugern oder Druckern. Abdruck honorarfrei. Copyright by BASF.

Styrene Plant Ludwigshafen. The styrene value adding chain begins in the steam cracker. This is where, among others products, ethylene and benzene are extracted from the feedstock naphtha (petroleum).  Both basic chemicals are used as raw materials in the production of styrene. Styrene is used to manufacture dispersions but above all foams and other plastics. They are found in thousands of different end products: cars, building insulation, packaging, household appliances, vacuum cleaners and printers. Print free of charge. Copyright by BASF.

We form the best team by attracting talented individuals, retaining them, and helping them to develop further. With this aim in mind, we create a work environment which inspires and where everyone interconnects. We promote a wide range of personal skills and technical expertise and encourage our employees to contribute their creativity and potential. This approach is based on an open management culture which is founded on mutual trust, respect, and motivation.

Over 52,000 employees form our team in Germany, where an extensive range of entry level and career opportunities await your discovery. Our main site in Ludwigshafen primarily focuses on research and development. There are other BASF research locations in Lemförde, Münster und Trostberg. Plant biotechnology research is based in Berlin and Gatersleben, catalytic converters in Nienburg and Hanover while the agricultural center is situated in Limburgerhof, near Ludwigshafen.