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MEG Plant of Honam goes off-stream

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May '10
A MEG plant operated and run by Honam Chemicals and located at Desan has been taken off-stream for maintenance work.

According to a senior official of Honam, who spoke to fibre2fashion, the 250,000 tons per annum MEG plant has been taken off-stream from May 1, 2010.

He further informed that the maintenance work will last for a month and the plant is expected to be restarted in the last week of May or first week of June.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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