Sumitomo Seika expands SAP production capacity

November 2013
Nonwovens Industry;Nov2013, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p25
The article reports on the expansion of Japanese chemical products firm Sumitomo Seika Chemical Co. of the production capacity of its super absorbent polymer (SAP) Aqua Keep to meet the increasing demand by the market.


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