Styrindo Mono Indonesia (SMI) to Idle Styrene Monomer (SM) Facility in Nov 2014
CHEMMONITOR.COM - Indonesian company Styrindo Mono Indonesia (SMI) is going to suspend operations at No.1 styrene monomer (SM) facility in line with maintenance turnaround in late November 2014. The SM plant is scheduled to be off stream for a month. The facility is situated in Merak and is able to produce about 100,000 metric tons per year.
Taiwan-based firm Grand Pacific Petrochemical Corporation (GPPC) idled the SM facility in Kaohsiung (Taiwan) in late April 2014 for maintenance turnaround for a month.