Shin-Etsu Chemical

  • Shintech To Invest $1.4B In Baton Rouge-Area Expansion

    Shintech Inc., the North American subsidiary of Japan-based Shin-Etsu Chemical Co. Ltd., one of the largest PVC producers in the world, is getting ready to start on its third major expansion in Louisiana since 2008. According to Gov. Bobby Jindal, the company will invest $1.4 billion to supply its Iberville Parish facilities with new ethylene production capacity.

    South 01 May 2015 20:31

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