Showa Denko may build EA in Oita

April 2003
Asian Chemical News;4/21/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 398, p22
Trade Publication
Reports the plan of Showa Denko to build an ethyl acetate plant in Oita, Japan. Estimated capacity produced by its plant in Tokuyama; Other plants owned by Showa Denko; Plans of Showa in terms of plant expansions.


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