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Fourteen New Chemical Plants Expected to Come Online in the Remainder of 2010

Industrial Info is currently tracking 14 North American grassroot plants in the Chemical Processing Industry (CPI) that are expected to start manufacturing by the end of this year, creating approximately 740 jobs. The combined total investment value of the plants is approximately $547 million. Already this year, 14 new plants have started operations, creating almost 700 jobs.

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