Production updates on MEG plants in Taiwan, China
The company’s 720,000 tons/year MEG plant, located at the same site is also expected to be offline for the same duration in June.
On the other hand, Taiwan Oriental Union Chemical Corp. plans to restart its 250,000 tons/year MEG plant in Lingyuan, Taiwan by mid- January following a week-long annual maintenance.
The company’s 500,000 tons/year MEG plant at Yangzhou, China is also expected to undergo maintenance in May 2018. The shutdown is expected to last for around a week.
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