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Thailand: Production Expansion Advanced Biochemical Expands Epichlorohydrin Capacity at Thailand Plant

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Post the capacity expansion, Advanced Biochemical (Thailand) Co. is expected to produce 120,000 mt/year of bio-based epichlorohydrin at its Map Ta Phut facility in Thailand. The Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand approved this expansion.

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The capacity increase at ABT’s plant was made possible thanks to improvements in process efficiency and process optimisations in production.
The capacity increase at ABT’s plant was made possible thanks to improvements in process efficiency and process optimisations in production.
(Source: ABT)

Bangkok/Thailand – Bio-based chemical company Advanced Biochemical (Thailand) Co. has recently announced a capacity increase at its plant in Map Ta Phut, Thailand, which will now produce 120,000 mt/year of bio-based epichlorohydrin (ECH) – an increase of 20,000 mt/year. Permission for this increase was granted by the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand.

The capacity increase at ABT’s plant was made possible thanks to improvements in process efficiency and process optimisations in production. Less waste is also being produced at the plant due to optimised recycling technology.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of the Vinythai public company, ABT has produced its bio-based ECH since 2012 using a patented technology, based on natural and renewable glycerine instead of propylene, a fossil fuel derivative.

Masaki Takahashi, Managing Director at Advanced Biochemical (Thailand) Co. said, “We are grateful to the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand who granted permission for this capacity increase at our plant. We provide the most sustainable ECH in the market and demand for it continues to grow. We are glad that we can continue to serve downstream users around the globe who are committed to sustainability.”

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