Shin-Etsu’s restores full operating capacity at Shirakawa plant

Shin-Etsu’s restores full operating capacity at Shirakawa plant

5:16 PM, 5th July 2011
Shin-Etsu’s restores full operating capacity at Shirakawa plant


TOKYO, JAPAN: Shin-Etsu Group reported that Handotai’s Shirakawa Plant’s production capacity has recovered to the level prior to the earthquake disaster, that took place on 11th March, 2011.

With this restoration, Shin-Etsu has completed restoration of its production bases, including Shin-Etsu Chemical’s Kashima PVC plant and optical fibre preform plant, where full-scale operations have already begun. All of the group’s affected plants have now resumed their full-scale operations.

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