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Albemarle Interviews

Updated 13 Nov 2014
Updated 13 Nov 2014

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    Had a good talk with the HR and engineer.Good to have this first interview ever. Basically just behavior questions, few technical questions. Mainly focused on previous experiences. Requires thermal and fluid dynamics background. Previous chemical related background would be a plus.

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Website www.albemarle.com
Headquarters Baton Rouge, LA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1994
Type Company - Public (ALB)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (AUD) per year

Albemarle has chemistry in its veins. The company produces polymer additives, fine chemicals, and catalysts used by a variety of industries. Its polymer additives -- flame retardants, stabilizers, and curatives -- add desired properties to various plastics. Albemarle's catalysts segment makes polyolefin and refinery catalysts. The company ranks among the world's largest makers of hydroprocessing catalysts and fluidized catalytic cracking catalysts. Its fine chemicals include bromine-based chemicals, agricultural chemicals, and bulk ibuprofen (a pain reliever). Customers... More

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