SIL polymer processing unit on cards

Minocha, Naresh
November 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;11/13/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 43, p23
Trade Publication
The article reveals the plans of Supreme Industries Ltd. (SIL) for a polymer processing plant at Gadegaon in Maharashtra state, India. According to SIL, the facility will produce 150,000 tonnes/year. The first phase of the project is set to start up in April 2007, and the facility will be fully implemented over three years. Meanwhile, a subsidiary, Supreme Petrochem Ltd., will set up a styrenics complex and a project-related minor port in Raigad district of Maharashtra state.


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