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Hyundai Engineering to execute Polymers Police project

May 20/2019

MOSCOW (MRC) -- PDH Polska, owned by top Polish chemical group Azoty and Grupa Azoty Police, has signed a EUR 993 million turn-key contract with Hyundai Engineering Co., Ltd for the execution of the Polymers Police investment project, reported TheFirstNews with reference to the companies' statements.

The "Polymers Police" project is a strategic undertaking of Grupa Azoty Capital Group implemented by PDH Polska S.A., a special purpose vehicle.

"Polymers Police" is one of the largest chemical investments in this part of Europe. The aim of the project is to build a completely new petrochemical complex, the scope of which will include: Propane Dehydrogenation (PDH) Unit; Polypropylene (PP) Production Unit; Polypropylene (PP) Logistics Infrastructure; Handling and Storage Terminal (gas terminal) and Auxiliary Systems

The annual production capacity of the complex is to reach 437 thousand tonnes of polypropylene.

The project is to be completed in 2022.

As MRC informed earlier, in January 2018, W R Grace & Co (GRA) said that it had contracted to license its Unipol PP process technology to PDH Polska SA for a new facility in Police, Poland. With a capacity of 400 kilotons per year, the polypropylene PP line is expected to begin operations in 2022.


mrcplast.com
Author:Margaret Volkova
Tags:PP, propylene, Grupa Azoty Zak, Poland.
Category:General News
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