Nanocyl scheduled to complete capacity expansion in July 2010

While at the 2010 Nanotech China conference in Shanghai, Business Development Analyst Denis Ruyssen of Nanocyl told us that the firm will complete its multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWNT) expansion to 400 tons/year in July 2010 as scheduled (see the December 14, 2009 LRNJ for the initial expansion an...

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