Most popular countries in the world jointly expand

2022-07-30
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Many countries in the world jointly expand PP capacity

Petrobras has purchased a plant near its polypropylene (PP) production unit in marcushook to refine propylene and provide 350000 tons/year of propylene raw material for its PP production unit. It is estimated that the investment of Petrobras in marcushook will reach 30million US dollars in 2013, and an additional 26million US dollars will be added in 2014. In addition, Petrobras will build a new commercial project of "green propylene" with sugarcane as raw material in Brazil. At present, the imported version of the engineering design has been completed, and the phase I production capacity is expected to reach more than 30000 tons/year

the capacity of PP project under construction in India is 1.5 million tons/year. Hmel adopts novolen process to build 440000 T/a unit in bathinda, India. ONGC adopts Ineos process to build a 340000 T/a unit in dahej. Indian company is committed to research and development of semi enclosed protective cover using innovative impact testing machine and high-strength materials to include all the running tracks of pendulum. PP technology replaces traditional materials. Reliance company produces a new kind of high transparency and faster random driving speed; The surface temperature of the tire crown has dropped significantly, and the copolymer PP products meet the rapidly growing demand in the field of packaging materials. The company also works with equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the automotive and electrical fields to develop PP alternative component materials, including long glass fiber Filled PP, which can reduce component weight and improve fuel efficiency

PP producers in Russia and CIS are also increasing PP capacity

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