Mitsui Chemicals Prime Polymer extend PP production in Thailand

Mitsui Chemicals and Prime Polymer to extend PP production in Thailand

8:49 PM, 18th January 2012
Mitsui Chemicals and Prime Polymer to extend PP production in Thailand

TOKYO, JAPAN: Mitsui Chemicals and Prime Polymer Co Ltd announced 18,000 tonne augmentation of polypropylene (PP) production in Thailand to meet growing demand of automotive material sector. Fully automated high-rise storage facility will be constructed to accelerate delivery and improve accuracy. Mitsui Chemical Group has targeted intensification and expansion of polypropylene production in seven major world markets (Japan, United States, Mexico, Europe, Thailand, China and India). The production augmentation in the Thailand will reinforce the company’s already world top class production capability for automotive material use polypropylene.

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