European nylon manufacturer Radici announced force majeure, PA66 plant stopped production!
Latest News:On September 14, Radici, the world’s leading polyamide producer
Group (Radici, Italy) announced force majeure on the resin and adipic acid produced at its plant in Novara, Italy, and temporarily stopped two sets of PA66 production units at the plant.
The company said that the shortage of supply, technical problems and the current high-cost energy and natural gas prices in Europe are the main reasons for the force majeure event.
It is reported that as early as the end of August, Radici, Italy, had suspended an adipic acid plant in Zeitz, Germany. After the Novara plant failed, its two downstream PA66 plants also stopped production. How long can PA66 stocks last?