27 August 2010 04:05 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Taiwanese producer China Petrochemical Development Corp (CPDC) will expand its acrylonitrile (ACN) production capacity by more than a quarter to 240,000 tonnes/year by the end of 2011, a company source said on Friday.
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“We will shut down the first 95,000 tonne/year line in November this year for one month for expansion to 120,000 tonne/year,” the company source said.
“Expansion on the second line will start at the end of next year in 2011,” the source added.
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