Toyo Malaysia awarded contract bioethanol facility

Toyo Malaysia awarded contract for bioethanol facility

2:21 AM, 18th January 2012
Toyo Malaysia awarded contract for bioethanol facility

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA: Toyo Engineering & Construction Sdn Bhd, a Malaysian subsidiary of Toyo Engineering Corporation has been awarded a contract to build a bioethanol production facility with a capability of 10,000 tonne per year by a joint venture company between GlycosBio Asia Sdn Bhd and Malaysian Bio-Xchell Sdn Bhd, located in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. This plant is to produce industrial grade bioethanol from crude glycerin. Toyo Malaysia will execute the project under a turnkey contract covering engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning. The project is scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2013. The plant will be developed in several phases with a total production capacity rate up to 30,000 tonne per year being reached by 2014.

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