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Tri Chem Trading Company was established in 2005, active in the business of chemicals and polymers. Tri Chem is Serving the plastic and paint industries. Trades in PVC, PET, DOP DINP, TiO2 & calcium carbonate. Trichem mission is to support the industry in Egypt and out through introducing high quality raw materials at the best possible cost, as Continuous searching & introducing new grades in the market are the main responsibilities of Tri Chem. Sharing information and ideas in transparent way with our customers are one of the main valuables of Tri Chem. Commitment to the industry is part of our strategy, and profit is not our priority compared to customer satisfaction and continuity.

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Saudi-based Advanced Petrochemical Company, a vital maker of polypropylene items, said its auxiliary, Advanced Global Investment Company (AGIC), has closed down take arrangements for the offer of polypropylene with two US-based gatherings - Vinmar International and Tricon Dry Chemicals - and Mitsubishi Corporation of Japan, said Chemweek. According to the drawn out arrangement, AGIC will supply 250,000 metric tons for every annum of polypropylene each to Vinmar and Tricon Dry Chem...

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