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VYNOVA resumes operations at two PVC plants in Europe

October 30/2020

MOSCOW (MRC) -- European chlor-alkali and polyvinyl cloride (PVC) producer VYNOVA has resumed operations at its PVC plant in Beek, the Netherlands, reported NCT with reference to market sources.

The producer is also preparing to restart production at its Mazingarbe plant in France.

PVC plants could reportedly be restarted after the return of the producers monomer vinyl cloride (VCM) unit in Tessenderlo, Belgium from a maintenance shutdown, which supplies feedstock to both PVC plants.

However, this news could not be confirmed directly by the company at the time of publication.

Vynovas Beek plant has a PVC production capacity of 225,000 tons/year, while the Mazingarbe plant can produce 250,000 tons/year of PVC. Meanwhile, the companys Tessenderlo site produces 740,000 tons/year of VCM. 

As MRC wrote before, VYNOVA last carried out a maintenance turnaround at its PVC plant at Mazingarbe within 10 days from late July to eary August, 2017.

According to MRC's ScanPlast report, Russia's overall PVC production totalled 718,500 tonnes in January-September 2020, down by 0.3% year on year. At the same time, only two producers managed to increase their PVC output.

VYNOVA is a leading European PVC and chlor-alkali company. It operates production sites in five countries and has over 1,250 employees, realising an annual turnover of EUR1 billion. The company's products play a key role in manufacturing numerous industrial products and consumer goods that improve the quality of life. Established in 2015, VYNOVA is the chlor-vinyls platform of the International Chemical Investors Group (ICIG).
Author:Margaret Volkova
Tags:Europe, PVC, vinilhlorid, SPVC, Vynova, Netherlands, Russia, France.
Category:General News
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