Kuraray expand PVA films capacity at LaPorte, Indiana facilities

Kuraray to expand PVA films capacity at LaPorte, Indiana facilities

6:31 AM, 3rd June 2013
Kuraray to expand PVA films capacity at LaPorte, Indiana facilities

TOKYO, JAPAN: Kuraray Co Ltd has decided to expand its facilities in LaPorte, Indiana, the United States in response to the active demand for polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) films for consumer goods and industrial applications used in single-use packet for detergents, agrichemicals, solid surface and so on.

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