Dutch Ducor restarts PP production
The company reportedly said the force majeure will not be lifted until the issue is confirmed to be completely resolved so as not to fall short of their contractual obligations.
The company had shut its PP plant early last week due to a technical problem at one of the three production lines and then declared force majeure on the same line later in the week.
The company has a combined production capacity of 180,000 tons/year at its three PP lines.
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