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Two day strike begins at Rhodia's adipic acid plant in Chalampe
Updated: 2009-12-16 00:00 Source: share:
LONDON --A 48-hour strike has begun at Rhodia Polyamide’s adipic acid plant in Chalampe, France, affecting adipic acid, HMDA and downstream Nylon 6,6, a company source said on Tuesday.
 
Nevertheless, Rhodia intended to fulfil all of its commitments and make up the shortfall of material caused by the industrial action over the next 10 days, the source added.
 
The strike was linked to salary negotiations and part of wider social unrest in France, the source said.
 
Before the strike, Rhodia Polyamide had returned to 100% operating capacity for nylon 6,6 and intermediaries following a force majeure (FM) declaration on October 9 due to logistical problems created by low Rhine water levels, the source went on to say.
 
The FM remains in place and was expected to be lifted early in 2010.

 

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