Wison Engineering wins contract for LDPE project in Texas, US


Wison Engineering (China) has secured a contract from Formosa Plastics for one section of a low-density polyethylene (LDPE) project in Texas, US.

The engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction (EPFC) contract represents a new milestone in the implementation of Wison Engineering’s internationalisation strategy.

Under the contract, the company will provide services relating to modularisation engineering, fabrication, transportation and on-site installation for the LDPE project.

Wison Petrochemicals vice-president Vivian Li said: "Adhering to our internationalisation strategy, Wison Engineering has been actively seeking overseas business opportunities and established a management system and execution team with the capabilities to cater to the requirements of international business operations, as well as a global procurement and construction resources network.

"This project signifies an important step in the company’s overseas market development, posting great influence on the company’s global market expansion."

“Following the successful business expansion in the Middle East, South America, and CIS markets, this project signifies an important step in the company’s overseas market development, posting great influence on the company’s global market expansion."

Last month, Wison Engineering (China) won a contract to deliver nine ethylene cracking furnaces for Zhejiang Petrochemical’s refining and chemical integrated complex (Phase I), which is capable of producing 1.4 million tonnes of ethylene per annum.

The furnaces are scheduled to be delivered in modular form by early next year. 

Wison Engineering (China) is a non-wholly owned affiliated company of chemical engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) management service company Wison Engineering Services.