01 August 2011 09:34 [Source: ICIS news]
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The producer is concerned that its propylene supply might be further disrupted as a result of the fire, because its feedstock is supplied by its sister company, Formosa Petrochemical Corp (FPCC) which operates three crackers at Mailiao, the source said.
FPC’s PP plants have been running at below capacity because of a shortage of propylene feedstock, the distributors said.
FPC produces injection grade PP at its 170,000 tonne/year PP plant in
The absence of FPC offers will not affect the PP market in
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