SABIC Cuts Ribbon On Indiana Facility | Chemical & Engineering News
Volume 90 Issue 2 | p. 20 | Concentrates
Issue Date: January 9, 2012

SABIC Cuts Ribbon On Indiana Facility

Department: Business
Keywords: engineering polymers, plastics, Indiana, Saudi Arabia
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Officials tour SABIC’s new pilot plant in Indiana.
Credit: SABIC
SABIC Innovative Plastics, the engineering polymers affiliate of Saudi Basic Industries, has opened a 3,000-sq.-ft. high-performance polymers pilot plant at its Mt. Vernon, Ind., facility (shown).
 
Officials tour SABIC’s new pilot plant in Indiana.
Credit: SABIC

SABIC Innovative Plastics, the engineering polymers affiliate of Saudi Basic Industries Corp., has opened a 3,000-sq-ft high-performance polymers pilot plant at its Mount Vernon, Ind., facility. There, SABIC IP will produce custom formulations of Ultem polyetherimide resins; Siltem, a blend of Ultem and silicone elastomers; and Extem polyimide resins. Previously, the company says, its piloting work was done externally.

 
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