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Chengdu Qingbaijiang District introduced polyurethane and other high-end refined chemical projects

Industrial goal: achieve sales revenue of 3.5 billion yuan in 2012; In 2015, the sales revenue was 6billion yuan

Qingbaijiang District is currently one of the largest fertilizer and melamine production bases in China, with obvious comparative advantages in production capacity and technology across the country. In the future development, the zone will follow the idea of low-carbon economy, and through technological transformation and upgrading, focus on the Yulong chemical melamine 1, mechanical properties and carbon dioxide recovery project, the energy-saving and optimization technological transformation project of Sichuan Chemical Co., Ltd.'s primary chemical ammonia plant, and promote Sichuan Hexin to promote the Jinan assay: the annual output of 40000 tons of iminodihexanitrile project of Pu Chemical Co., Ltd. to achieve production and efficiency

at the same time, recruit large and strong enterprises, strengthen cooperation with the world's top 500 enterprises such as Mitsubishi Chemical, strive to introduce high-end fine chemical projects such as epoxy resin, polyurethane, ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene resin, high-performance adhesives, actively recommend the innovative achievements such as compound fertilizer and NP compound fertilizer of Sichuan chemical company, apply for the scientific and technological progress award, and vigorously support chemical enterprises to establish R & D centers, and gradually form R & D, production An industrial chain with complete functions such as sales will be built and completed by 2015, an important fine chemical industry base in Western China

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