08 September 2010 15:48 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Uhde Inventa-Fischer has signed a contract with ?xml:namespace>
The company said the contract for delivery of two lines to Octal would use its melt-to-resin proprietary technology.
The plant was scheduled to start up in April 2012, a spokeswoman for Uhde Inventa-Fischer said.
No financial details of the contract were disclosed.
Octal said in a recent statement that it currently produces 350,000 tonnes/year of PET products at Salalah.
Already operating at 118% capacity, Octal's PET complex was set to increase its output to 400,000 tonnes/year by October 2010, the company said.
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