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Toyo bags contract for polypropylene plant project in Japan

24 Aug '21
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Pic: Toyo Engineering Corporation
Pic: Toyo Engineering Corporation

Toyo Engineering Corporation has bagged a contract for a project to construct a polypropylene plant from Prime Polymer. Toyo will carry out the EPC contract on a full turn-key basis that includes engineering, procurement, and construction. Toyo is a Japanese engineering, procurement, and construction firm serving the hydrocarbons and petrochemical sectors.

The project completion contributes to producing high-performance polypropylene fulfilling the needs for weight saving and down gauging of the products and components. It will also reduce greenhouse gas emissions by restructuring the plant configuration of Prime Polymer, the company said in a press release.

The client awarded the contract to Toyo because of an evaluation of Toyo as an active partner from an early stage for several years. Toyo also has a rich experience of working on petrochemical projects, execution ability of large-scale EPC projects, and the proposal from the viewpoint of safety, cost, quality, delivery, and environment.

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