TCI Sanmar delays start up of new PVC plant in Egypt

A new VCM and PVC plant complex originally slated to start up in February, 2010 has been delayed by TCI Sanmar, possibly to September-October, 2010. Both plants will start up at the same time as per Chemorbis. Since the plant is not fully integrated, its dependence on imported feedstock that is currently in short supply, could be a possible cause of the delay in start up. The VCM plant will have a capacity of 400,000 tpa, and the PVC plant will have a capacity of 200,000 tpa that will be doubled by 2012. In the interim, the surplus VCM could be shipped to their 264,000 tpa PVC facility in India. Output will satisfy domestic demand, then be exported to the Turkish market and other regional countries in a second stage.
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