Ineos Technologies licenses EPS process technology EPS Qatar

Ineos licenses EPS process technology to EPS Qatar

7:44 AM, 29th May 2014
Ineos Technologies business news

ROLLE, SWITZERLAND: Ineos Technologies has licensed its Ineos EPS process for the manufacture of regular and flame retardant expandable polystyrene to EPS Qatar at a new complex to be built in the Doha region, Qatar. The 50 kilo tonne per annum Ineos EPS plant will produce a wide range of expandable polystyrene grades to cover all the applications from construction to packaging and serve the growing demand in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region. The plant will feature expansion capabilities to reach 100 kilo tonne per annum in a second phase.

“Ineos Technologies is proud to have been selected by EPS Qatar as its technology partner for the launching of its expandable polystyrene business. The EPS Qatar plant will be the biggest EPS unit in the Middle East and North Africa region,” said Peter Williams, CEO, Ineos Technologies.

 

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