Songwon start One Pack Systems production at Houston, US

Songwon to start One Pack Systems production at Houston, US

6:21 AM, 26th March 2013
Songwon to start One Pack Systems production at Houston, US
Jongho Park, Chairman and CEO, Head of the Industrial Group Executive Committee, Songwon.

HOUSTON, US: Songwon Additive Technologies Americas to start production of One Pack Systems products (OPS) at a new facility in Houston, US in April 2013. The Houston facility follows Songwon’s investment in Additives Technology Greiz (ATG) in 2011. The Houston plant is part of Songwon’s global OPS strategy being driven by a Joint Venture between Songwon Industrial Group, Pan Gulf Holding Company of Saudi Arabia and Polysys Industries of Abu Dhabi, for the manufacture and sale of Songnox OPS.

“This investment is yet another landmark step for Songwon. Songwon is committed to continuously extending its offering to the global polymer industry. Songwon Additive Technologies AG is the vehicle we have created to accelerate the network of global facilities that offer a wide range of OPS products that are based on identical regional production processes,” said Jongho Park, Chairman and CEO, Head of the Industrial Group Executive Committee, Songwon.

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