South Asian Petro in JV with Egyptian firm

August 2007
Chemical Business;Aug2007, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p96
Trade Publication
The article reports on the joint venture of South Asian Petrochem (SAPL) and Egyptian Petrochemicals Holding Co. (ECHEM). The partnership will form the new company, Egypt India Pet Chem. A new manufacturing facility that will manufacture PET resin is planned by SAPL in Damietta in Egypt. This will be constructed in cooperation with a Chinese engineering company.


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