Huntsman invests RMB 320 million in Chengdu, betting on a fast-growing wall insulation market in China

Huntsman recently announced a RMB 320 million investment to build a plant in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province in Western China. With an anticipated annual production capacity of 33 million m2 of high-flame-retardant grade polyurethane (PU) sandwich panels, exterior wall insulation materia...

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