Kvaerner awarded 80 million Euro polymer plant contract

Aker Kvaerner has entered into an 80 million Euro agreement with Eval Europe, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kuraray, Japan to expand production facilities at Eval’s polymer plant in Belgium.

Aker Kvaerner has entered into an agreement with Eval Europe, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kuraray, Japan to construct an 80 million Euro EVAL Line 2 Polymers Plant in Belgium.

The new facility will be used for the production of EVOH Resin, a copolymer of vinyl alcohol and ethylene (EVOH) developed by Kuraray.

Aker Kvaerner’s project scope includes basic engineering, project management, detailed engineering, procurement and construction of the new plant, including utilities, warehouse and packaging facilities.

Aker Kvaerner will be working with Kuraray Engineering Corporation on an integrated basis during project, which will be co-ordinated from E&C Europe’s Zoetermeer office. The project is due for completion in the third quarter 2004.

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