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Sabic Boosts Composite Resins Production Capacity at Belgium Facility

10:55 AM MDT | July 24, 2012 | Sotirios Frantzanas

Sabic says it will increase production capacity for its Stamax long glass fiber-filled polypropylene (LGFPP) composite resins at its facility at Genk, Belium, to meet growing demand from the automotive industry. Expansion work started last month, when the company initiated work on a production line scheduled to open in second-half 2013, the company says. Sabic's facility at Genk oficially opened in 2010 and it took only two years before the company needed to scale up, as Stamax LGFPP composite resins have found use in a growing number of applications in the...

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