22 December 2004 01:01 [Source: ICIS news]
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The company, a subsidiary of Atofina, debottlenecked its plant at Jinhae, South Korea, and raised its capacity to 40 000 tonne/year, up from 22 500 tonne/year, in June.
The official said that demand for PMMA has been high, especially from South Korean and Taiwanese liquid crystal display (LCD) makers.
“The market is very good and we have been enjoying very good profits from our Jinhae PMMA plant ever since we expanded the capacity. The demand from
“Our feasibility study on a plant in
“I think the company will decide to go ahead with the plant. If we do, construction is likely to start by the first quarter of 2006 with the plant starting commercial production in 2007.”
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