Celanese Japan Limited Setsunan JV engineered polymers in Japan

Celanese, Setsunan JV for engineered polymers in Japan

11:43 AM, 27th October 2014
Celanese Japan Limited Setsunan JV for engineered polymers in Japan

DALLAS, US/TOKYO, JAPAN: Celanese Japan Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Celanese Corporation, a global technology and specialty materials company, and Setsunakasei Co Ltd (Setsunan) of Osaka, Japan, have signed a letter of intent to pursue an agreement whereby Setsunan will compound Celanese engineered polymers in Setsunan’s facilities in Japan.

“Setsunan has strong compounding capabilities and can meet the technical and specification requirements of our customers. Our agreement with Setsunan will further enable Celanese to position our world-class engineered materials portfolio to our key customers in Japan to meet their local requirements,” said Hajime Suzuki, President, Celanese Japan Ltd.

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