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Teijin-SK Chemicals JV begins constructing PPS resins plant in South Korea
7:31 AM MDT | October 7, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh
Teijin says that the construction on the previously announced 12,000-m.t./year polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) resins joint venture plant with SK Chemicals (Songnam, South Korea) began on 1 October, at the manufacturing site of SK at Ulsan, South Korea. The jv is called Initz, and SK holds a 66% stake and Teijin holds the remaining 34%. Teijin and SK, in February, signed an agreement for a business collaboration, including the establishment of the jv, to develop, produce, and distribute PPS resins and compounds. Initz aims to become a world leader in PPS resins...
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