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Code Name Akoya

Building a chemical plant under license is not unusual. But what if you want to ¬– or even have to – deviate from the original process? For example, what if the conventional engineering materials or the most widely used pumps are different from those in the country of the licenser? This is what happened when the Grillo-Werke acquired the license for the production of dimethyl ether in Germany from a Japanese company. Bayer Technology Services was the engineering partner for this implementation. The perfect project name was quickly found: Akoya, a type of cultured pearl mainly found in Japan. However, the project did not run as smoothly and flawlessly as the pearl carrying the same name – at least not immediately. However, the completed plant ultimately won the day – like a real gem.

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