Formosa build new polypropylene production line at Texas site

Formosa to build new polypropylene production line at Texas site

9:27 AM, 4th July 2015
Formosa to build new polypropylene production line at Texas site

LIVINGSTON, US: Formosa Plastics Corporation USA said it will build a new polypropylene production line at its Point Comfort, Texas site. This will be the first new polypropylene production to be built in the US in many years. No details on the plant’s investment, capacity, technology, construction or anticipated completion/startup are being released, it said.

The project team has been assigned, detailed engineering design is proceeding and applications for environmental permits are being prepared for submittal, the company said.

Formosa’s polyethylene and polypropylene resins are marketed under the formolene trade name; its polyvinyl chloride resins are marketed under the formolon trade name.

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