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Sinorgchem begins work on insoluble sulfur & accelerator units

On May 27, Taizhou Sinorgchem Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Jiangsu Sinorgchem Technology Co., Ltd., broke ground on a new RMB 1 billion ($154 million) project in the Binjiang Industrial Park of the Taizhou Pharmaceutical High-Tech Zone. The first phase of the project will be a 5,000-ton production line for insoluble sulfur with high content, high thermal stability and high dispersion. The first phase is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2012. Eventually, the site is expected to have 15,000 tons of capacity for insoluble sulfur. The site will also include two units for rubber accelerators: a 30,000 ton unit for accelerator M (MBT) and a 30,000 ton unit for accelerator NS (MBTS).

Established in May 2008 through an investment by the Carlyle Group through Carlyle Asia Partners III, Jiangsu Sinorgchem Technology Co., Ltd. is the world’s largest producer of 6PPD, IPPD and intermediate 4-ADPA.

Here is the press release from Sinorgchem.

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