Showa Denko completes 400 ton/year MWNT plant

Showa Denko recently announced that it completed the construction of a 400 tons/year MWNT plant, bringing its total capacity to 500 tons/year. As we've noted in several recent tidbits, the top MWNT producers – Arkema (see the October 13, 2009 LRNJ), Bayer MaterialScience (see the July 27, 2009 LRNJ)...

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