Formosa expand polyvinyl chloride polyvinyl chloride in US

Formosa to expand polyvinyl chloride production in US

10:16 AM, 21st December 2017
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LIVINGSTON, US: Formosa Plastics Corporation USA said that it will expand its production of polyvinyl chloride resin at its facility in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

The production expansion will increase annual production capacity by 300 million pounds and is expected to start up in 2020.

This continues the company’s long-term commitment to investing in US, providing good, wellpaying jobs in the communities.

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