By Jaroslaw Adamowski, European Plastics News
Brzeg Dolny, Poland - Polyols producer PCC Rokita has reported increased sales and profit figures for the first quarter of this year.
In the first quarter of 2012, Polish manufacturer PCC Rokita posted sales of some 326.7 million zloty (€94 million), up 15.8 percent over 282.1 million zloty in the same period a year earlier, and a net profit of 13 million zloty, a 94.3-percent increase from 6.7 million zloty in the first quarter of 2011.
PCC Rokita is a local subsidiary of Germany's Petro Carbo Chem (PCC). The production facility in Brzeg Dolny, Poland, is currently the country's only producer of polyether polyols, which are used in the manufacture of polyurethane materials.