14 October 2013 16:58 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--ATT Polymers is aiming to lift a force majeure at its 46,000 tonne/year nylon 6 plant in Guben, Germany, by the end of the year following a failed restart, a company source said on Monday.
“We've tried to restart but had some problem. Hopefully by the end of the year we'll have finished it [the force majeure],” the company source said.
ATT Polymers’ Guben plant was shut down on 23 August after a leakage of highly flammable vapours from a production line.
ATT Polymers is a subsidiary of Poland's Group Azoty.
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