Rhodia's F&F Operations Optimize Manufacturing

July 2003
Chemical Market Reporter;7/14/2003, Vol. 264 Issue 1, pFR10
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of Rhodia SA to move forward with a modest investment as it faces greater price pressures from an increasingly concentrated customer base in the U.S. Price increase announced by the company for its range of products; Focus of the company on optimizing its manufacturing operations; Plan of the company to start up an isobornylcyclohexanol plant in Wuxi, China.


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