Sinochem International Corporation has begun construction of its first overseas polymer additives plant in Rojana Industrial Park in Thailand. The company stated that the plant opening will further consolidate Sinochem’s global leading position in the polymer additive industry.
The new plant covers an area of about 64,000 square meters, with a reported total investment of about 290 million RMB, and it is expected to be put into operation later this year. Upon completion, Sincohem stated it will have an annual production capacity of 25,000 tons of rubber antioxidant, which will fill the gap in the production of rubber antioxidant in Southeast Asian countries and provide local supplies to the company’s downstream clients in the region.
“The construction of Sinochem’s Thailand base is a milestone in the company’s expansion into the international fine chemical industry,” said Su Fu, deputy general manager of the company and CEO of Sennics. “It will help to improve the stability of the Company’s global supplies, and at the same time, create more job opportunities to support the local economy.”
According to the company, Sinochem aims to build the Thailand plant into a new generation smart factory that serves as a model facility in South-East Asia. With the company’s experience in green production and green technology, the new plant will be eco-friendly, energy-saving and sustainable, Sinochem said. It will also fulfill high standards of product quality, resource utilization, emissions of wastes, and process safety, the company added.
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