Indonesia's Sulfindo Suspends March PVC Exports03 Feb 2010 • by Natalie Aster
Indonesia’s Sulfindo Adiusaha has announced that it plans to suspend its PVC export offers for the coming month owing to an ongoing maintenance at their 80,000 tons/year PVC plant in Indonesia. The plant, which was scheduled to restart in late January following a two-week maintenance, is still off-line at the present, with the company commenting that they are hoping to resume production later this week. prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office"
Owing to their longer-than-expected shutdown, the producer has elected to forgo their export business for the coming month in order to ensure that they will have no problems meeting the needs of their local customers. The producer announced their offers to the domestic market with an increase of $60-70/ton when compared with their January done deal levels in accordance with the market expectations.
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