INOVYN announces it has started production from its new membrane chlorine cellroom at Stenungsund Site (Sweden).
The first production run took place last week following successful commissioning of the new plant. The Stenungsund cellroom adds to INOVYN’s extensive chlor-alkali production portfolio across Europe utilising best available membrane cell technology.
Comments Filipe Constant, Business Director for INOVYN: “We are delighted to announce the completion of this major investment as part of the continued sustainable growth of INOVYN.
“INOVYN is one of the world’s largest producers of chlorine and caustic soda and the start-up of the new plant at Stenungsund demonstrates our ongoing commitment to providing reliable supply to our customers, using the best available technology. “
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