Plastic Omnium will go to China

de Saint-Seine, Sylviane
May 2006
Automotive News Europe;5/1/2006, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of French company Plastic Omnium to open factories in China as of May 2006. Inergy, a Plastic Omnium joint venture with Belgian chemicals group Solvay, will open a manufacturing facility in Wuhan. Plastic Omnium will increase its stake in the automotive plastics company Inoplast. Automakers are increasingly relying upon plastic and composite materials instead of steel parts in cars to reduce weight.


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