10 October 2003 10:12 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (CNI)--Inventa-Fischer announced Friday it won a contract from Chinese firm Jiangsu Senjo Chemical Fibre to build a polyester plant in Taicang City, China.
The Swiss engineering company, which is part of the Ems group, said the Taicang project was costed at SF70m ($53m/Euro45m) but did not disclose the value of its contract.
The polyester chips and melts plant will have a capacity of 480 000 tonne/year and is due to come onstream early 2005.
Inventa-Fischer said that its contract covers design and engineering work as well as the supply of technology and process equipment.
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