Burel selects Dow Chemical’s technology Malaysian plant

Burel selects Dow Chemical’s technology for Malaysian plant

10:59 AM, 7th July 2011
Burel selects Dow Chemical’s technology for Malaysian plant

The company has selected polypropylene process technology for its new 250 KTA polypropylene facility at Gebang Industrial Park in Kuantan, Malaysia.

MIDLAND, US: Burel Industries has selected UNIPOL Polypropylene Process Technology from The Dow Chemical Company for its new 250 KTA polypropylene facility at Gebang Industrial Park in Kuantan, Malaysia. The plant will be designed to produce homopolymers, random copolymers and impact copolymers and is set to come on line in 2013/2014.

“There is growing demand for polypropylene in Asia and we are working with our customers to help meet industry needs in the region at the lowest total investment and operating costs.”

“We are honoured that UNIPOL Polypropylene Technology has been chosen by Burel Industries for this facility,” said Tracy Cleckler, Global Commercial Director, Polypropylene Licensing and Catalysts business, Dow.

“There is growing demand for polypropylene in Asia and we are working with our customers to help meet industry needs in the region at the lowest total investment and operating costs,” adds Cleckler.

“Burel Industries’ primary reasons for selecting the UNIPOL PP Process include low investment costs, broadest product capabilities, scalability and advanced technologies,” noted Per Brandtzag, Chairman, Burel.

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