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Disrupted wood charcoal imports likely delay resumption of silicon plants in wet season
Apr 3,2020 11:01CST
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Chinese silicon plants may face difficulties to resume production as scheduled in the wet season starting from June as the global widespread COVID-19 has disrupted the supply chain and led to a shortage of raw material wood charcoal. SMM learned that most silicon plants have conducted maintenance and tried to secure feedstock for the preparation of resumption.
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