S Korea’s Polymirae to shut three Yeosu PP plants in April

07 December 2010 06:42  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--South Korea’s Polymirae plans to shut three of its polypropylene (PP) plants in Yeosu in April for maintenance, a company source said on Tuesday.

Polymirae’s three plants, with a combined capacity of 470,000 tonnes/year, would be shut at intervals and each line would be down for 15 days, the source said.

He declined to reveal the actual shutdown dates.

There were no plans to shut its remaining PP line at Yeosu with a 170,000 tonne/year capacity for maintenance next year, he said.

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