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Indian Firm to Build Chlor-Alkali Complex; Eyes Downstream Plants

10:33 AM MST | November 7, 2007 | Deepti Ramesh

Pigment and agchem manufacturer Meghmani Organics Ltd. (Ahmedabad, India) says it plans to invest about $129 million to build a chlor-alkali complex at Dahej, India. The complex is expected to start commercial production in January 2009, and will be constructed by a specially created subsidiary, Meghmani Finechem Ltd. (MFL). The first phase of the project involves building a plant that will produce caustic soda, chlorine, and hydrogen. MFL also plans to construct caustic and chlorine derivatives plants in subsequent phases. The chlor-alkali complex will have...

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