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Fire at Dragon Aromatics plant in China raises paraxylene, benzene prices: Platts

Dragon Aromatics, owned by the Taiwanese petrochemical group Xianglu Group, is one of the largest independently-run paraxylene (PX) producers in China

BS B2B Bureau  |  Singapore 

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A fire at plant in southeastern China on April 6, 2015, has led to 5% increase in and prices in Asia, according to
 
Dragon Aromatics, owned by the Taiwanese petrochemical group Xianglu Group, is one of the largest independently-run (PX) producers in China - the world’s leading consumer and manufacturer of the chemical. In 2013, China had to meet 53% of the demand through imports.
 
According to report, the plant at Zhangzhou has a nameplate production capacity of 240,000 metric tonne per annum of and 1.6 million metric tonne per annum of - a chemical used to produce a wide range of products ranging from water bottles to clothing and photographic film.

First Published: Tue, April 07 2015. 17:17 IST
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Fire at Dragon Aromatics plant in China raises paraxylene, benzene prices: Platts

Dragon Aromatics, owned by the Taiwanese petrochemical group Xianglu Group, is one of the largest independently-run paraxylene (PX) producers in China

Dragon Aromatics, owned by the Taiwanese petrochemical group Xianglu Group, is one of the largest independently-run paraxylene (PX) producers in China A fire at plant in southeastern China on April 6, 2015, has led to 5% increase in and prices in Asia, according to
 
Dragon Aromatics, owned by the Taiwanese petrochemical group Xianglu Group, is one of the largest independently-run (PX) producers in China - the world’s leading consumer and manufacturer of the chemical. In 2013, China had to meet 53% of the demand through imports.
 
According to report, the plant at Zhangzhou has a nameplate production capacity of 240,000 metric tonne per annum of and 1.6 million metric tonne per annum of - a chemical used to produce a wide range of products ranging from water bottles to clothing and photographic film.
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Fire at Dragon Aromatics plant in China raises paraxylene, benzene prices: Platts

Dragon Aromatics, owned by the Taiwanese petrochemical group Xianglu Group, is one of the largest independently-run paraxylene (PX) producers in China

A fire at plant in southeastern China on April 6, 2015, has led to 5% increase in and prices in Asia, according to
 
Dragon Aromatics, owned by the Taiwanese petrochemical group Xianglu Group, is one of the largest independently-run (PX) producers in China - the world’s leading consumer and manufacturer of the chemical. In 2013, China had to meet 53% of the demand through imports.
 
According to report, the plant at Zhangzhou has a nameplate production capacity of 240,000 metric tonne per annum of and 1.6 million metric tonne per annum of - a chemical used to produce a wide range of products ranging from water bottles to clothing and photographic film.

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