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Perstorp will construct new plant for sodium formate deicer product

May 9, 2019 — Perstorp AB (Perstorp, Sweden; www.perstorp.com) plans to construct a new plant in Perstorp, Sweden. The plant will increase capacity for Pergrip Run NF, the sodium-formate deicer product for airport runways. The plant will have a nameplate capacity of 12,000 metric tons per year (m.t./yr) and is due to begin operating ahead of the coming winter season (2019–2020).

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