Borealis plans to expand PP capacity in Europe
The company stated that an initial feasibility study is planned to be conducted at its three PP plants in Belgium. The study is slated to last for nine months.
The capacity expansions are expected to come on stream from the first quarter of 2020 to early 2022.
However, the exact increase amount is to be determined upon the completion of the feasibility study.
The company operates two PP plants in Beringen, Belgium with a total production capacity of 380,000 ton/year and one PP plant in Kolka, Belgium with a capacity of 300,000 ton/year.
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