Solvay increase sulfone polymer capacity by 35 pc over next 5 years

Solvay to increase sulfone polymer capacity by 35 pc in India, US

11:30 AM, 17th October 2016
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ALPHARETTA, GEORGIA: Solvay is looking forward to rise the total production capacity of high-performance sulfone polymers by more than 35 percent for next 5 years with major investments and process developments in US and Asia.

Further to manufacturing sulfone polymers at its plant in Marietta, US and Panoli, India, the company is also producing sulfone monomer at Panoli and in Augusta, US to ensure supply for its customers in developing markets.

“Solvay a pioneer in sulfone polymers is proud to continue investing in the manufacture with the purpose of meeting increasing industry demand and better serving our customers globally,” said Augusto Di Donfrancesco, president of Solvay’s specialty polymers global business unit.

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