08 July 2011 04:28 [Source: ICIS news]
“There may be some technical problems that [are] preventing the ramp up in operations,” the source said.
To avoid a build-up in its inventory, NATPET has decided to gradually ramp up the operating rates at the PP plant, another source close to the company said.
NATPET was not available to confirm the reason for the lower operating rates.
The company will be able to produce new grades of PP, such as high melt flow block copolymers, at the unit after the upgrading work, the source said.
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