14 March 2011 03:12 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Japan Polypropylene’s two polypropylene (PP) plants are still shut after a deadly earthquake and massive tsunami that ravaged the northeastern region of the country on 11 March, a company source said on Monday.
Japan Polypropylene’s 323,000 tonne/year plant at Goi and 346,000 tonne/year PP plant at Kashima were shut on Friday after the earthquake hit, the source said.
It was too early to say when the plants could be restarted, he said.
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