12 April 2013 08:12 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Taiwan’s Dairen Chemical Corp (DCC) has delayed the start of commercial production at its new 350,000 tonne/year plant on Jurong Island, Singapore, to May from the latter half of April, according to sources close to the company.
“Dairen will start commercial production… and will supply in May,” a southeast Asia-based buyer, without providing a reason for the delay.
DCC is a joint venture between Chang Chun Group (Chang Chun Petrochemical and Chang Chun Plastics) and Nan Pao Resins.
The company operates two other VAM plants in Mailiao, Taiwan with a combined production capacity of 650,000 tonnes/year.
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