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Ineos Styrolution announces plans for new composite plant

By Mary Page Bailey |

INEOS Styrolution (Frankfurt, Germany; www.ineos-styrolution.com) is planning to set up a new production site for its StyLight composite product based on styrene acrylonitrile (SAN).

The establishment of a new production site reflects growing customer demand for the product. The SAN-based composite provides a combination of structural stiffness, aesthetics, processability, dimensional stability and asurface quality. The portfolio has recently been expanded to include PP based StyLight.

While INEOS Styrolution prioritizes a location in Germany for the new plant, a specific location for the new production site is yet to be defined. The new site is planned to be operational in 2022.

“Since the introduction of StyLight, we have dedicated significant resources on optimizing material quality and product processing parameters. Having followed the development of StyLight from the very beginning, I am excited to see customers’ response and I am looking forward to this next step,” explains Pierre Juan, VP Future Business and Innovation.

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