10 October 2008 07:18 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS news)--Rohm and Haas has lifted its force majeure (FM) on acrylate products made in its Deer Park, Texas plant and specialty monomers made at its Bayport, Texas plant, the company said on Thursday.
In a statement, Rohm and Haas said that these plants, which were opened ahead of their anticipated restart, are running well at near full capacity.
However, it said that methacrylate products were still under allocation for the current term and added that the backlog orders have yet to be cleared.
Rohm and Haas is based in Philadelphia, USA, and produces acrylate, methacrylate and other specialty monomer products.
Its annual sales was worth $8.7m in 2007.Please visit the complete ICIS plants and projects database
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