Indonesia's CAPC to build US$40 million facility

The country's largest petrochemical company PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Center (CAPC) will build naphtha cracking unit this year with investment of US$40 million. The additional facility is expected to increase its installed production capacity for polyethylene from 520,000 tons to 590,000 tons a year. Naphtha is used as a basic material for polyethylene.
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