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Mitsubishi Gas Chemical plans peroxide plant in Taiwan

by Craig Bettenhausen
February 22, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 8

 

Mitsubishi Gas Chemical will spend $160 million to build a hydrogen peroxide plant at an existing site in Taiwan. The plant will produce 40,000 metric tons of industrial-grade peroxide per year. MGC plans to upgrade it to “super-pure” H2O2, which semiconductor manufacturers use for cleaning, etching, and abrading. The firm, which says it is seeing robust growth in semiconductor fabrication, recently opened two super-pure H2O2 facilities in the US.

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