HOUSTON (July 18)—Kraton Polymers L.L.C. has appointed engineering company Aker Kvaerner to expand the capacity of its Kraton G polymers plant in Belpre, Ohio, via debottlenecking. The previously announced project, expected to be completed by mid-2004, is based on a new Kraton process technology, the company said. The Kraton G line includes styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene, and styrene-ethylene-propylene-styrene polymers used in automotive parts, packaging, roofing materials, sealants, construction and footwear
Kraton signs engineeering firm for expansion project
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