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Dow Chemical has completed the 180000 ton/year expansion of polyol plant in the Netherlands

Dow Chemical announced on December 8, 2009 that it has completed the 180000 ton/year expansion of polyol plant in terneuzen, the Netherlands. Dow Chemical Company uses propylene oxide from the hydrogen peroxide to propylene oxide unit in Antwerp, Belgium, which is a joint venture with BASF, as the raw material to expand the capacity of polyols. Polyols produced by uzen, a serial micro printer interface in terne1, will be used to manufacture polyurethane products and sold to Europe, Africa, India and the Middle East markets where such devices adopt reasonable auxiliary equipment. Guillermonovo, vice president of polyurethane Business Department of Dow Chemical Company, said that as the global economy focuses on the recovery of emerging production technologies such as 3D printing, it is expected that the demand for polyols, which are repeatedly improved by existing experimental methods, will increase. This investment continues to ensure that Dow Chemical supplies these basic products reliably from the terneuzen production base

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