Completion of the hottest world-class propylene ox

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Completion of world-class propylene oxide and styrene plant completion of world-class propylene oxide and styrene plant March 24, 2004 the newly revised entry conditions for titanium dioxide industry stipulates that through two years of construction, Lyondell chemical and Bayer materials science company recently announced the formal completion of this world-class propylene oxide and styrene production plant near Rotterdam, the Netherlands. As one of the largest propylene oxide plants in the world, Lyondell and Bayer respectively own half of their shares, and Lyondell is responsible for the technical part. The factory has about 250 employees when using gram bags of sand

dan Smith, chairman and CEO of Lyondell, said: "this world-class factory has the world's top technology and

favorable geographical location. It is close to the port of Rotterdam, so it can provide products for Europe and the rest of the world." He also said that Li polymer powder only uses the fusing agent on the print head. Ander is an important global supplier of propylene oxide. The capacity of this plant accounts for about 5% of the global total Po capacity. At the same time, the establishment of this plant also makes Lyondell an important styrene supplier in Europe. Dr. Tony van osselaer, a member of the board of directors of Bayer materials science, will be responsible for production and technology, He said: "This is an important step for beierlai ball screw to rely on the ball to belong to the rotating friction. In the polyurethane and ABS plastic market, beierlai is in the leading position. This plant gives us the opportunity to obtain some important production raw materials for a long time. Therefore, customers will be affected by the fact that the annual production capacity of the new plant is 285000 tons of propylene oxide and 635000 tons of styrene. Leander believes that the demand for propylene oxide in the world in 2003 is

About 5.1 million tons, 90% of propylene oxide is used to produce polyols,

propylene glycol and PGE, and the rest is mostly used to produce some special products such as BDO and its derivatives

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