02 October 2008 03:20 [Source: ICIS news]
Production at the 150,000 tonnes/year bottle-grade PET plant is expected to cease by the end of October, said spokeswoman Jodie Stutzman.
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Although Invista owns the assets at the site, the actual operations are run by Mitsubishi Polyester Films, Stutzman said, adding that Mitsubishi's other operations at the Greer site should not be affected by the PET unit’s shutdown.
With additional reporting by David Barry
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