India’s Haldia postpones restart date of its PP, PE plants
The source stated, “Haldia is planning to restart its naphtha cracker at the beginning of February and hopes to resume offers to the local market by mid-February. Demand is relatively better compared to last month while local supplies are tight.”
Haldia is able to produce more than 320,000 tons/year of PP and 700,000 tons/year of PE.
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