India’s DCM Shriram to expand PVC, caustic soda capacities
DCM Shriram also announced plans to expand its current 450,000 tons/year caustic soda capacity by a total of more than 180,000 tons/year in phases.
Accordingly, the company’s caustic soda capacity at its Kota facility will be boosted by a total of around 60,000 tons/year, with half of that due to come on-stream in Q3 2019 and the other half in Q3 2020. The company will also add around 120,000 tons/year to its caustic soda capacity at its Bharuch facility by Q1 2020.
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