11 August 2010 09:31 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--German engineering firm Lurgi, a unit of Air Liquide of France, said on Wednesday it has secured a contract to build the world’s biggest polyamide 6 plant in ?xml:namespace>
The contract was awarded by Fujian Jinjiang, which is engaged in manufacturing and selling of high-end polyamide fibre for textile applications. No financial details were provided on the deal.
The plant would be located at
Lurgi said it would supply the main equipment and technology as well as the supervision of erection and commissioning of the new plant.
Polyamide 6 is a synthetic thermoplastic which is mainly used for engineering plastics, textile filament and carpet filament, it added.
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