Mitsui begins operations at some plants in Japan

Mitsui begins operations at some plants in Japan

12:06 PM, 17th June 2011
Mitsui begins operations at some plants in Japan

TOKYO, JAPAN: Completing assessment of its plants following the Great Eastern Japan earthquake and tsunami on 11 March, 2011, Mitsui Chemicals has resumed operations at majority of its plants. Further, the company continues to assess the effects of ongoing serious power shortage and continues its extensive power reduction efforts.


At its Kashima Works (Kamisu City, Ibaraki Prefecture), the assessment of damage has been completed and currently the operation schedule is being compiled.


As for operations of its subsidiaries/affiliates, Ibaraki and Koga Works at Koga City, Ibaraki Prefecture and Katsuta Works at Hitachinaka City, Ibaraki Prefecture have resumed operations. For its Tohcello Logistics Co Ltd at Nogi Town, Tochigi Prefecture, repair work is underway and operations have commenced at some facilities.


Funaoka Works at Shibata Town, Miyagi Prefecture, for Mitsui Chemicals Agro Inc, operations have commenced at all facilities with exceptions of some products. Similarly, operations have commenced at all facilities with exceptions of some products for Chiba Polyol Corporation, at Chiba Works in Ichihara City, Chiba Prefecture.

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