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DIC to Build Inks Plant in India

3:07 PM MST | February 18, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Dainippon Ink and Chemicals (DIC) says it plans to build a printing ink manufacturing plant in a special economic zone at Dahej, India. DIC says it will invest about $33 million to build the plant, which is expected to begin operating in July 2009. Capacity of the plant will be increased incrementally to a maximum of 30,000 m.t./year, DIC says. Growing markets in Asia/Pacific are the main motivation for building the plant, DIC says. The company plans to develop the unit into a major base for supplying printing inks throughout the region. The Dahej unit will be...

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