Solutia To Restart Monongahela Manufacturing Plant

Date: 16 October 2009
Source: Solutia
Solutia Inc. (NYSE:SOA) has recently announced its plans to reopen its Monongahela, Pennsylvania, manufacturing site by early November.

Demand for Crystex insoluble sulfur has improved significantly since the first quarter of 2009,” said Greta Senn, vice president of Crystex. “We look forward to welcoming back our employees and serving our customers.Restarting the plant will continue to ensure a steady and reliable supply of insoluble sulfur to our tire customers worldwide.”
Solutia’s Monongahela plant was temporarily idled in June 2009.
Solutia is the world’s leading producer of chemicals for the rubber and tire industry. Crystex insoluble sulfur prevents sulfur migration and is critical for the manufacture of quality radial tires.
About Solutia Inc.
Solutia (NYSE:SOA) is a market-leading performance materials and specialty chemicals company. The company focuses on providing solutions for a better life through a range of products, including: Saflex® interlayer for laminated glass; CPFilms® aftermarket window films sold under the LLumar® brand and others; and technical specialties including the Flexsys® family of chemicals for the rubber industry, Skydrol® aviation hydraulic fluid and Therminol® heat transfer fluid. Solutia’s businesses are world leaders in each of their market segments. With its headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, the company operates globally with approximately 3,100 employees in more than 60 locations. More information is available at

600450 Solutia To Restart Monongahela Manufacturing Plant
Date: 16 October 2009
Source: Solutia

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