Malaysia plans first plastics park

Malaysia has planned its first plastics park -Kertih Plastics Park (KPP), to be built under the East Coast Economic Region (ECER) master plan in Terengganu. The park will be home to plastics and plastics-related industries and is projected to attract investments to the tune of RM1.3 bln from the private sector. The location of the park will offer the advantage of existing infrastructure such as Kertih Port and the proximity to petrochemical feedstock at the Kertih Integrated Petrochemical Complex. The KPP is specifically designed to capture more resource-based value domestically via downstream integration of polymer and related plants within the existing Kertih petrochemical complex.
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