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Dynea Begins Resin Production at Nanjing, China

3:46 PM MDT | June 7, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Dynea has begun resin production at its Nanjing, China plant. The facility received successful commissioning in April, and it’s the company’s fifth plant in China since 1997 in addition to locations at Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangdong. The plant will employ 60 people and produce 80,000 tonnes of phenolic and amino resins. Amino resins are used in wood-based flooring, panels, furniture, load-bearing constructions and other wooden building products. The phenolic resins are used by the plywood and bamboo industries, as well as other industrial...

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