PRII doubles production on PVC

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  • Ronald F. S.
  • 6 years ago

MARIVELES, Bataan – Phil. Resins Industries, Inc (PRII), a Japanese-owned firm that exclusively manufacture Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC), will double its production after holding its ground breaking ceremony today inside the Bataan Petrochemical Plant here.

Tetsuro Hachimura, PRII president, said in his welcome remarks that the ground breaking ceremony signals the commencement of the company’s expansion for its 2nd line PVC Manufacturing facility.

Among the guests during today’s ground breaking were Gov. Abet Garcia, Keiichi Matsunaga, General Manager of Mitsubishi Corp.; Albert Ignacio, President of Aboitiz Construction; Representatives from Tosoh Polivyn Corp., and Mayor Ace Jelo Concepcion.

Engr Larry Seril, PRII Vice president, said that from their present production of 100 metric tons of PVC, the company will now produce 2,200 metric tons.

“This expansion is a much-awaited next step after almost two decades of hard work and perseverance to realize and sustain our goals of being the leading manufacturer and supplier of quality PVC resins in the country,” said Hachimura.

He said that the construction of the new facility demonstrates their commitment to the stakeholders, PRII employes, the community and will “create more opportunities and provide solutions to consumers’ growing needs in construction, housing, personal care and others”
Eighty percent of PRII production is supplied locally.

For his part, Gov. Garcia lauded PRII for its expansion program as this will mean additional income and employment to the province.

Hachimura also lauded the local leaders led by Gov. Garcia and Mayor Concepcion for their support, saying “without you we would not be able to build and operate this plant.”
Hachimura also lauded the Tosoh Corp. and Mitsubishi Corp for their commitment and support as “PRII embarks on the historic project.”

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