Wanhua Chemical to Build $1.12 billion Plant in Louisiana

The Times-Picayune, April 11, 2017

China-based Wanhua Chemical Group recently announced plans to build a $1.12 billion chemical plant in Louisiana. The facility will manufacture methylene diphenyl diisocyanate, which is used to make insulation foam. It's also used for rollers, packing materials, furniture, footwear and synthetic leather. A site has not been selected, but Wanhau and the state's economic development arm have agreed on a $4.3 million infrastructure grant, and Wanhua will also be able to tap state tax exemption programs.

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