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INVISTA is one of the world’s largest integrated producers of chemical intermediates, polymers and fibers.
INVISTA is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, which is one of the world’s largest privately held companies, with estimated annual revenues as high as $115 billion. *
Since 2014, INVISTA has invested more than $600mm in two new manufacturing facilities in the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (SCIP). The facilities include a 215,000-ton HMD plant and a 190,000-ton nylon 6,6 polymer plant.
June 16, 2020, INVISTA held a groundbreaking ceremony to officially mark the start of construction on its 400,000-ton/year adiponitrile (ADN) plant at the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (SCIP). This plant will deploy INVISTA’s most-advanced, energy-efficient ADN technology. This more than 7 billion RMB (more than 1 billion USD) investment will help meet the strong demand for nylon 6,6 chemical intermediates in China. Now, it is well on track to start ADN production in 2022. Once completed, Shanghai will be home to the largest integrated nylon production facility in the world—from ADN through to high-performance polymers.
* According to Forbes.
Powering the future of Nylon6,6
 
INVISTA is one of the world’s largest integrated producers of chemical intermediates, polymers and fibers.
INVISTA is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, which is one of the world’s largest privately held companies, with estimated annual revenues as high as $115 billion. *
Since 2014, INVISTA has invested more than $600mm in two new manufacturing facilities in the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (SCIP). The facilities include a 215,000-ton HMD plant and a 190,000-ton nylon 6,6 polymer plant.
June 16, 2020, INVISTA held a groundbreaking ceremony to officially mark the start of construction on its 400,000-ton/year adiponitrile (ADN) plant at the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (SCIP). This plant will deploy INVISTA’s most-advanced, energy-efficient ADN technology. This more than 7 billion RMB (more than 1 billion USD) investment will help meet the strong demand for nylon 6,6 chemical intermediates in China. Now, it is well on track to start ADN production in 2022. Once completed, Shanghai will be home to the largest integrated nylon production facility in the world—from ADN through to high-performance polymers.
* According to Forbes.