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MTI to Build PCC Satellite Unit in Thailand
11:05 AM MST | November 30, 2007 | Esther D’Amico
Minerals Technologies’ (MTI) Specialty Minerals (Thailand) Co. unit will build and operate a precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC) satellite plant at a Nam Phong, Thailand paper mill. The plant will produce 50,000-70,000 tons/year of filler-grade PCC, says Ken Massimine, senior v.p. and managing director/Paper PCC at MTI. The plant will supply the mill, which is owned by Siam Cement Group’s Phoenix Pulp & Paper Public Co. Ltd., and is one of seven MTI satellite PCC plants in Asia, Massimine says. Start up is expected in the second quarter of 2008...
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