Chang Chun Chemical Starts Operating Second Changshu Bisphenol-A Facility

:: 27 Apr  2015 ::

Jiangsu - Chang Chun Chemical (Jiangsu) Co. has started up its second bisphenol-A (BPA) plant at Changshu in China's Jiangsu Province using proprietary technology from Badger Licensing. 

The new 135,000-t/y BPA unit was built on the same site as Chang Chun's other 135,000-t/y BPA plant, which came on line in 2013 using Badger technology.

Chang Chun Chemical is an affiliate of Chang Chun Plastics Co., operator of two BPA plants in Taiwan, with technology licenses from Badger.

Stuart Agler, president of Badger, noted that Chang Chunís "impressive growth in the BPA industry has made them one of the largest BPA producers in the world in a relatively short period of time."

Badger Licensing is a venture of affiliates of Technip and ExxonMobil Chemical Co.

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