Celanese Corporation construct VAE emulsions production unit in Southeast Asia

Celanese to build vinyl acetate ethylene plant in Southeast Asia

12:02 PM, 23rd May 2014
Celanese Corporation business

DALLAS, US: Celanese Corporation, a global technology and specialty materials company and a global leader in vinyl acetate ethylene (VAE) emulsions, intents to construct a VAE emulsions production unit in Southeast Asia. The unit is expected to begin production by mid-2016.

“This proposed expansion will support our global and regional growth strategy to expand our reach into the markets of Southeast Asia. Building a VAE plant in Southeast Asia would broaden our network to better serve customers throughout the Asia-Pacific region, primarily in the high-end applications of architectural coatings, building and construction, carpets, and paper industries,” said Mark Murray, Vice President and General Manager, Emulsion Polymers Business, Celanese.

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