Kuraray expands polyvinyl butyral facility in Germany

Kuraray expands polyvinyl butyral facility in Germany

12:52 AM, 13th March 2012
Kuraray expands polyvinyl butyral facility in Germany
Kuraray’s PVB film manufacturing facility in Troisdorf, Germany.

TOKYO, JAPAN: Kuraray Co Ltd will expand the polyvinyl butyral (PVB) film manufacturing facilities located in Troisdorf, Germany, operated by wholly owned subsidiary Kuraray Europe GmbH. Through this facility enhancement, Kuraray aims to meet robustly growing global PVB film demand. In addition, Kuraray has initiated a feasibility study looking into the establishment of new PVB film facility in India, in anticipation for rapid demand expansion in Asia.

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