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Belgium logistics giant completes S$50m capacity expansion

Katoen Natie's Jurong Island expanded facility expected to create 50-60 more jobs

SELF-SUFFICIENT ENERGY: The Jurong Logistics Terminal also has a solar power plant, which can produce enough power for all of Katoen's processing activities there.


THE growing vibrancy of Singapore's petrochemical industry had, in early 2013, spurred Belgium's Katoen Natie into its fourth expansion phase, pumping S$50 million more to expand the capacity of its Jurong Logistics Terminal by a further 45 per cent.

On Friday, the

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