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Ahlstrom opens technology center in Shanghai

June 2, 2014

New site will improve company's support in China.

Ahlstrom has opened a new Product & Technology Development Center in Shanghai, Minhang District, in eastern China. Ahlstrom's new Product & Technology Development Center in Shanghai will improve the company's direct support to its customers in China with local product development. Located in the Caohejing Pujiang Hi Tech Park in Shanghai, the center is conveniently positioned near its customers in China.

"The new Shanghai product development center supports Ahlstrom's growth strategy and strengthens our presence and local market understanding. We are pleased to start long-term development work in Asia and hereby reinforce our offering for a clean and healthy environment to help our customers to stay ahead," says Jan Lång, Ahlstrom's President & CEO.

"The development work in the new center will build on our strong know-how on material science, fibers and chemistry. To more quickly address the local market needs, it is crucial to develop new products and technology close to our customers here in China," says Paul Stenson, executive vice president, Technology and Strategy Development.

The new center in China employs approximately 30 people and will serve all five of our Business Areas in China: Advanced Filtration, Building and Energy, Food, Medical, and Transportation Filtration. In addition to Shanghai, Ahlstrom has four manufacturing plants and 13 sales offices in Asia, providing services throughout the region.

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