DINA-Petrokemija Croatia Production Begins

27 Jan 2010 • by Natalie Aster

Croatian petrochemicals company DINA-Petrokemija has started work on a polyethylene plant after an €18m ($35m) expansion, in Omisalj on northern Krk Island.

The upgraded plant is expected to increase the production capacity by 30% from 70,000 to 90,000t annually.

The company has also improved the quality of polyethylene Dinalen.

The plant modernisation, which began in April 2009, is expected to be complete by 2011 at an investment of €100m ($141.5m) to produce 500,000tpa of polymers.

Source: chemicals-technology.com


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