Singapore — Polychem Indonesia plans to shut its 96,000 mt/year monoethylene glycol line at Serang in Java next week, without a confirmed restart timeline, in response to poor margins, a company source said Tuesday.
The company has another 145,000 mt/year MEG line at Serang that is currently running well, the source added.
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Source: S&P Global Platts