Total lifts force majeure on EPS, PE and PP at Feluy site in Belgium

Total has lifted force majeure on deliveries of polypropylene, polyethylene and expanded polystyrene at its site in Feluy, Belgium, as per a company source in Platts. On Thursday, the company restarted shipments to customers following more than 48 hours of blocked dispatches. The force majeure was put in place Wednesday following a regional strike by trucking companies which blocked roads in southern Belgium. Total was not available to comment. Feluy is home to Europe's largest polypropylene plant, which has a production capacity of 900,000 m tpa, making up over 9% of Western Europe's total production capacity. Total also produces high density polyethylene at the site, and its plant has a production capacity of 170,000 m tpa. Expanded polystyrene production capacity at Feluy is 70,000 m tpa, according to Platts data.
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