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Published on Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Recycled PET firm to double capacity

Written by Tommy Lee

TAIPEI – Excess demand for good quality recycled polyester yarns is helping to maintain price premiums according to Indian polyester manufacturer, Polygenta, who this week confirmed to Ecotextile News ambitious plans to double its production capacity over the next 12 months. Exhibiting at the ongoing TITAS show in Taiwan, the company says it is on course to bump-up production to 20,000 tons a year at its site in Mumbai.


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