01 September 2010 22:14 [Source: ICIS news]
SAO PAULO (ICIS)--A labour union said Brazilian petrochemical company Braskem could close its polypropylene (PP) plant in Camacari, ?xml:namespace>
The 123,000 tonnes/year plant has the lowest capacity of Braskem’s facilities, Bahia Chemical and Oil Workers Union director Robson Santana said in a press statement.
The plant is controlled by Quattor, which merged with Braskem in January.
The labour union said the plant’s has not been updated as have Braskem’s other PP units.
The union labour said Braskem would make a decision on the future of the plant by the beginning of 2011.
Braskem and Quattor did not immediately respond to an inquiry by ICIS.
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