Subsequent to the recent investment of 150 million euro from mother company “Ineos” in the Port of Antwerp (Belgium) and the investment of  65 million euro by Vynova at Tessenderlo (Belgium) in chlorine based chemicals for the production of PVC plastic, Inovyn invests 100 million euro in the expansion of production capacity for polyvinylchloride polymer in Jemeppe sur Sambre (200.000 tonnes is added to the existing 480.000 tonnes capacity).

Inovyn (turn-over: 3.5 billion euro; 4300 employees; 16 manufacturing sites) is owned by Ineos , one of the three largest chemical companies worldwide (17000 employees, turn over 2017: 60 billion euro; headquarters: London/UK). Ineos is active in many markets such as fuels and lubricants (23.3%), packaging and food (18.5%) and construction (16.1%).

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Source: sudinfo.be                    September  17th 2018

Author: not available

Language: french

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