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IRPC Polyol & PCC Rokita Collaborate to Develop PU-based High Value-added Products

Published on 2015-01-20. Author : SpecialChem

Mr. Sukrit Surabotsopon, President, IRPC Public Company Limited and Chairman of IRPC Polyol or IRPCP, and Mr. Wieslaw Klimkowski, Chairman, PCC Rokita SA or PCCR, jointly signed the joint venture agreement between IRPCP and PCCR, Poland-based petrochemical company. Mr. Boondej Phuriyaokorn, Managing Director of IRPCP, and Mr. Walderma Preussner, PCC Group owner and Vice Chairman of PCC Rokita supervisory board, also witnessed the signing ceremony, which took place at Wangkaew, Energy Complex Building B. 

This investment aligns with IRPC’s strategic policy to develop high value-added products made from polyurethane to market in 10 Asian countries and China. PCCR is the expert and technology-driven petrochemical firms in producing polyurethane with strong distribution network in many countries.

About IRPC Public Company Limited 

IRPC Public Company Limited or IRPC formerly Thai Petrochemical Industry Public Company Limited or "TPI" registered in 1978 by Leophairatana family.  TPI had been transformed to a public company limited on October 10, 1994 and listed on the SET on March 17, 1995. IRPC started to produce applications of petroleum and petrochemical products in 1982 and expanded its line of production of various petrochemical products. It expanded the plant and infrastructures for fully integrated petrochemical complex.

About PCC Rokita SA

PCC Rokita SA, a company with 65 years of history, is one of the leading chemical companies in Poland and the largest one in the Lower Silesia Region. Its industrial investor is a German company PCC SE (with registered office in Duisburg) operating on international markets of chemical raw materials, transport, energy, coal, coke, petrol, plastics and metallurgy.

Source: IRPC Public Company Limited

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