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Lanxess to Hike Glass Fiber Capacity at Antwerp

8:33 AM MDT | September 5, 2011 | Ian Young

Lanxess says it will invest €15 million to expand capacity at the company's glass fiber plant in the port of Antwerp. The plant's current capacity of 60,000 m.t./year will be expanded by 10% through replacement of its two glass furnaces during the next two years. Lanxess made the announcement at a "high-tech plastics day" media event, taking place today at the company's caprolactam and glass fiber facilities at Antwerp. Glass fibers are a key intermediate in the production of high-tech plastics. "The high-tech plastics business is a major...

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