New PPS resin supplier born in Korea

Japan’s Teijin (Tokyo) and its Korean partner SK Chemicals (Seoul) have set up a joint venture to develop and market polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) resins and compounds in Ulsan, South Korea. Construction of a 12,000-tonnes/year PPS resin plant began on October 1. Teijin owns 34% of the new company, called Initz Co., with SK Chemicals holding the remaining 66% share. Initz will be a newcomer to the PPS market, joining incumbents such as Sabic IP, Ticona, Toray, DIC, Kureha, and Polyplastics. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Keywords:  PPS read more

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