02 October 2013 12:30 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Polish fertilizer producer Pulawy expects output from one line of its Melamine I plant to resume by the end of this week following a planned turnaround, a company source said on Wednesday.
The unit was modernised during the turnaround.
“We are still waiting for the product,” the source said. It had said last week: “One line (50%) of the modernised melamine plant is being prepared for the start up.”
The turnaround at the 32,000 tonne/year facility began in the middle of July.
Pulawy has an annual melamine output of 96,000 tonnes, and is located in Pulawy, eastern Poland.
Melamine is a raw material in wood-adhesive resins and laminates.
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