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U.K. Firm Plans Sulfites Plant

4:55 AM MDT | June 22, 2009 | Alex Scott

Brotherton Speciality Products (Wakefield, U.K.), a specialty chemicals manufacturer, says it plans to build a new sulfite production plant at Wakefield, U.K. at a cost of about £4 million ($7 million). Brotherton says it plans to commission the plant at the end of summer 2010. The company produces sulfites for a range of sectors including agchems, food and oil exploration.   The planned facility “will increase profitability, create new jobs, reduce the need for on-site storage and cut the number of inward daily deliveries by road,” the...

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