23 June 2005 03:56 [Source: ICIS news]
GUANGZHOU (CNI)--German major Degussa could build methyl methacrylate (MMA) and polyMMA (PMMA) facilities in China, according to Siegfried Bevern, the company’s general manager for acrylic molding compounds in Asia Pacific.
Speaking on the sidelines of Chinaplas 2005, Bevern said that a possible location for the project could be ?xml:namespace>
He added that the proposed MMA and PMMA plants would have minimum capacities of 100,000 tonne/year and 40,000-50,000 tonne/year respectively. Demand for acrylates was expected to grow 12% annually in
He also stressed that details on the location, capacity and start-up date of the project have not been finalised.
Chinaplas 2005, a major plastics and rubber exhibition that is held annually in
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