Mitsui, Prime Polymer increase polypropylene production in US
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Mitsui, Prime Polymer to increase polypropylene production in US

9:45 AM, 17th January 2013
Mitsui, Prime Polymer to increase polypropylene production in US

TOKYO, JAPAN: Mitsui Chemicals Inc and Prime Polymer Co Ltd announced a 14,000 tonne augmentation of polypropylene production in the United States to meet growing demands of the automotive materials sector. As a fundamental strategy of the 2011 mid-term business plan, the Mitsui Chemicals Group targets strengthening and further production expansion of its already global top class competitive polypropylene for automotive materials, which is currently manufactured in eight major world markets (Japan, United States, Mexico, Brazil, Europe, India, Thailand, and China).

Mitsui Chemicals and Prime Polymer will continue to strategically intensify and expand operations through ongoing collaboration and reinforcement of production, sales, and technological support structures necessary in providing state-of-the-art, performance-driven materials.

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