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Westlake Unit Plans PVC Pipe Plant

12:59 PM MDT | April 1, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

North American Pipe (NAP; Houston), the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipe business of Westlake Chemical, says it will invest approximately $30 million to build a new PVC pipe plant at Yucca, AZ. The plant will have initial capacity of 120 million lbs/year and is due onstream by the first quarter of 2009. NAP announced last fall that it would build a 55-million lbs/year PVC pipe plant at Calvert City, KY, which is due onstream in the second half of...

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