Mexican PMV plans to withdraw from ethylene, VCM markets
In 2016, a blast at the company’s Pajaritos complex in Veracruz, Mexico killed 30 people and PMV was forced to shut its 184,000 tons/year steam cracker while a force majeure declaration on several products followed soon after.
The companies’ decision to leave VCM and ethylene businesses will not affect the joint venture’s other activities, the media reported.
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