Markets & Regions
Some innovations are especially effective when they are used in a certain location. Evonik operates in 100 countries all over the globe. In this section we report on the close connections between innovations and places.
The circular economy
Plastic recycling: Facts and figures
A sustainable cycle: The recycling of plastic requires innovative technologies. An overview.
Indonesia: An island nation of superlatives
Almost 270 million people live in Indonesia. A journey through the country with the world’s fourth-largest population.
Surfactants: Facts and figures
Many everyday products contain surfactants. The global market is changing – an overview.
Evonik and Unilever have developed a surfactant based on rhamnolipids. It is highly efficient and completely degradable.
Collagen: Facts and figures
What is collagen used for? What are the most important sources? And how are the global sales of collagen developing?
China: Determination in Times of Crisis
How China is prevailing in times of crisis and thus laying the foundations for future growth.
The world's most innovative places
Apart from Silicon Valley, where are the world’s innovation hotspots that offer startups a fertile environment?
Asia's innovation hub
What makes this city-state’s culture so special? We paid a visit to this small country with great ambitions.
Less CO₂ in natural gas
High-tech membranes help to exploit natural gas fields with a high CO₂ content.
Lightweight and resilient
Lighter than steel, flexible, corrosion-resistant: three reasons for the success of polyamide 12, underground and in your car.
Argentina combines state-of-the-art urban living with rural idylls: Impressions from this Evonik country in South America.
Norway is an innovation-driven country and a leading exporter – a promising market for Evonik.
This country is characterized by diversity, tradition, and confidence in the future.
Of ice hockey, impressive mountains, and big ambitions: Impressions from the Evonik country Slovakia.