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Tokuyama Plans Polysilicon Investment in Malaysia

1:13 PM MST | December 5, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Tokuyama (Tokyo) says it plans to build a second polysilicon manufacturing complex. The 3,000-m.t./year complex will be built at a 200-hectare site in the Samalaju Industrial Park near Bintulu, Sarawak, Malaysia. The facility’s basic design Tokuyama says the facility’s basic design is scheduled to be completed by mid-2009 and that it has awarded a front-end engineering design contract to Chiyoda. Completion of the plant is set for 2012. The size of the investment was not disclosed, but Japanese press reports estimate it at about $500 million. Tokuyama...

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