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Celanese Corporation

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8040 Dixie Highway
Florence, KY 41042
About Celanese Corporation
  • Celanese produces and markets a broad range of engineered materials for use in demanding applications.

    Celanese high-performance engineering polymers are typically used in challenging environments that demand strong, stiff and dimensionally stable polymers having excellent mechanical, chemical and thermal performance. They are often chosen to replace other materials such as steel, aluminum, ceramic and glass.

    Celanese polymers are used across major markets including automotive, aerospace, electrical, electronic, medical, appliance, information technology, communications, chemical processing and consumer products. Specific uses range from sensors, complex connectors and industrial gears to automotive interior, fuel system, underhood and other applications.

    Celanese provides material scientists, design engineers, and processing experts to help its global customers make optimum use of the polymers they select at all stages of product development.
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