Bayer significantly strengthens its presence in China Startup of 350,000 tons/year MDI train

November 2008
Chemical Business;Nov2008, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p75
Trade Publication
The article reports that the production at the new 350,000 tons/year diphenylmethane diisocyanate (MDI) complex of Bayer MaterialScience has been started at the Bayer Integrated Site Shanghai (BISS) in China. The company states that this new plant is considered to be the largest MDI facility in the world. According to Patrick Thomas, chairman of the Board of Management of Bayer MaterialScience, with these projects, Bayer MaterialScience is emphasizing its commitment to the growth markets in China and the whole Asia Pacific region.


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