The naphtha cracker was originally planned to be restarted on August 5, but following mechanical problems, the plant could not resume production as scheduled.
The cracker located in Mailiao has a capacity of 700,000 tons per annum was restarted yesterday (Aug 8), a Formosa official told fibre2fashion.
Formosa operates two other naphtha crackers with a capacity of 1.03 million tons and 1.2 million tons, respectively.
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