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Moroccan Firm to Use Arkema PVC Technology

12:31 PM MST | January 23, 2009

Arkema says it has licensed its polyvinyl chloride (PVC) manufacturing technology to Société Nationale d’Électrolyse et de Pétrochimie (SNEP; Casablanca). SNEP is part of the YNNA group, owned by Morocco’s Chaabi family. The company will use the technology at a 150,000-m.t./year suspension-grade PVC plant at Mohammedia, near Casablanca, which is due onstream at the end of 2010. The Mohammedia site produces chlorine, caustic soda, and vinyl chloride monomer. Output from the PVC plant will be used by the pipe, profile, and...

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