ANWIL lifts forces majeures on chlor-alkali, polyvinyl chloride

05 April 2012 12:32  [Source: ICIS news]

LONDON (ICIS)--Polish producer ANWIL lifted forces majeures on chlor-alkali and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) on Thursday 5 April, a source at the chlor-alkali major has confirmed.

“Technical problems [at] the chlor-alkali plant have been solved,” the source said. “Therefore ANWIL has cancelled [the] forces majeures.”

ANWIL’s PVC facilities include a 340,000 tonne/year plant in Wloclawek, Poland and a 135,000 tonne/year plant in Neratovice, Czech Republic.

The company’s chlorine facilities include a 195,000 tonne/year plant in Wloclawek and a 135,000 tonne/year plant in Neratovice.

ANWIL Group is a major manufacturer of suspension PVC, caprolactam (capro), nitrogenous fertilizers and other chemicals.

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