10 April 2008 08:00 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS news)--LG Chem, South Korea’s largest isopropanol (IPA) producer, plans to shut down its 45,000 tonnes/year No 1 line in early May to connect its facility systems, a company official said on Thursday.
“We plan to shut the plant for one month and restart it in early June,” he said, adding that the company would be linking up its existing and upcoming IPA lines to its storage tank during this period.
LG Chem’s new 55,000 tonnes/year No 2 line was on track to start up in June, the official said.
Both lines are located in Yeocheon in South Korea.
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