Mexico's Braskem Idesa shuts cracker, PE lines
According to a source, the maintenance started late Monday, but the company has not yet indicated the restart date of the maintenance.
The complex, a joint venture between Braskem (75%) and Mexico’s Grupo Idesa (25%), has a production capacity of 1 million tons/year of ethylene and 1 million tons/year of polyethylene.
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