New Acrylic Fibre Facility to Be Operational in Oct 2015

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20 Feb 2014 14:23 Valerie Rose

CHEMMONITOR.COM - Japanese chemical company Kaneka Corporation is going to construct a new acrylic fibre production plant in Malaysia. The plant is scheduled to be commissioned in autumn of 2015.

The company is going to invest about JPY 9 billion (or USD 88million) into the projected plant, which is expected to assist Kaneka Corporation in satisfying the rising acrylic fibres demand in the world market.

The future manufacturing facility has an annual capacity of 12,000 tonnes.

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