25 July 2012 04:18 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Tokuyama Corp’s 9,200/tonne year polysilicon plant at Shunan in ?xml:namespace>
The unit is currently undergoing an annual overhaul that will last for a month, the source said.
In May last year, the company announced that it will spend yen (Y) 11bn ($141m) to expand its polysilicon capacity by debottlenecking its Yamaguchi plant and by adding a new plant.
“It is currently still on schedule,” said the source, citing that the expansion would be completed in the first half of 2013.
($1 = Y78.19)
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