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Jacobs to provide services for Mitsubishi's US plant
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May '16
Courtesy- Mitsubishi
Courtesy- Mitsubishi
Jacobs Engineering Group would provide engineering services for installation of polyester film production line at Mitsubishi’s plant in Greenville County, South Carolina. The new production line is part of $100 million expansion project of Mitsubishi Polyester Film.

“We are excited Mitsubishi chose Jacobs to invest in its existing facility. Our team is committed to delivering a safe, innovative project to support Mitsubishi’s customers and markets around the world,” said Andrew Berryman, Jacobs’ senior vice president specialty chemicals.

Mitsubishi Polyester Film is the subsidiary of Japan based Mitsubishi Plastics and is the largest polyester film plant in the US. Mitsubishi plans to use the line to support its business growth in both US and overseas markets. The project is expected to be complete by late 2017. (NA)

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