Radici Group force majeure Polyamide66
Radici Group still has not removed force majeure for the delivery of the PA in Italy Radici Group force majeure Polyamide66
MOSCOW – Radici Group, a large Italian corporation, a manufacturer of polyester yarns in Europe, has not yet removed force majeure for polyamide (PA 6.6) from its plant in Novara (Novara, in the Italian region of Piedmont), reports ICIS with reference to a source in the market. Radici Group force majeure Polyamide66
The company was forced to announce force majeure for deliveries from this enterprise with a capacity of 90 thousand tons of PA per year in February 2018 due to a shortage of raw materials. Radici Group force majeure Polyamide66
According to the source, it is still unknown how long force majeure will remain in force.
Earlier it was reported that Desnogorsk Polymer Plant (DPZ, Smolensk region) launched the production of multi-layer polyamide-based barrier coextrusion film.
The project cost amounted to 366 million rubles, of which 150 million rubles is a preferential loan from the Industry Development Fund (FER) under the Development Projects program. Radici Group force majeure Polyamide66
Radici Group is a large Italian corporation with a network of production and distribution sites located in Europe, North America, South America and Asia.
RadiciGroup is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of a wide range of chemical intermediates, polyamides, engineering plastics, synthetic fibers and nonwovens. The headquarters of the Group is located in Bergamo (Italy), in particular in Gandino.
Author: Anna Larionova