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Borouge Agrees on Cooperation Deal with Indian Firm

2:42 AM MDT | July 1, 2009 | Natasha Alperowicz

Borouge says it has agreed to cooperate with Machino Polymers (Gurgaon, India), a leading supplier of polypropylene (PP) compounds to the automotive industry in India. Under the deal, Borealis, one of Borouge's parents, will supply its Borstar process PP resin to manufacture high performance, specialty PP compounds, using Machino Polymers' compounding technology. The compounds will be used in the production of exterior and interior automotive components, including bumpers, instrument panels, door trim panels and other interior applications. Machino Polymers has a...

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