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SABIC to Increase STAMAX LGFPP Capacity at Genk, Belgium
27-07-2012: SABIC’s Innovative Plastics business announced that it is significantly boosting capacity for its STAMAX long glass fiber-filled polypropylene (LGFPP) composite resins at its manufacturing facility in Genk, Belgium, to meet rapidly growing demand from automotive customers. Last month, the company began work on a new production line – slated to open in the second half of 2013 – to further its ability to provide a secure and reliable local supply of this high-performance SABIC material.
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