Showa Denko and Asahi form polyethylene alliance

Wood, Andrew
July 1993
Chemical Week;7/28/1993, Vol. 153 Issue 3, p13
Trade Publication
Reports on Showa Denko and Asahi Chemical's formation of a strategic alliance in their respective polyolefins businesses. Link-up in the polystyrene sector; Coverage of the alliance; Plan of a combined production and distribution system; Benefits from grade rationalization.


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