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International Process Plants is a world-leading source for used process plants and used process equipment serving clients in the following industries:

  chemical  |  pharmaceutical  |  petrochemical  |  fine / specialty chemical  |  

| agrichemical / fertilizer  |  plastic  |  steel  |  oil / gas  |  food processing | 

| power generation | paper | metals processing / refining |

  • Is your plant down? Need Spare or Replacement Equipment/Systems Fast? Contact IPP

  • International Challenges? IPP is a solution.

In addition to buying complete process plants for reuse and individual pieces of process equipment, IPP manages and executes "turn key" reclamation/demolition projects for clientele in the process industries worldwide within active plants as well as during complete plant closures. Reclamation/demolition work in active manufacturing facilities demands extensive safety measures, careful scheduling, and careful contract management, each of which IPP provides on every reclamation/demolition project.

IPP provides the following reclamation/demolition Services:

    • Interior / Total reclamation/demolition of process structures
    • Selective Dismantling/Controlled reclamation/demolition
    • Investment & Asset Recovery
We have the capability to run your project no matter where it is located worldwide. IPP has completed over 300 international projects.

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IPP has over 100 Complete Facilities Ultimate in Green Recycling

Demand for ethylene to rise 150% by 2040, Exxon president says

Get online early with a ethylene system from IPP

The United States has the potential to meet the rising global demand for high-quality chemical products, and at the same time this would create numerous, much-needed jobs in the country, according to ExxonMobil Chemical Company President Steve Pryor, who spoke at the IHS World Petrochemical Conference in Houston.
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Emergency shutdown at polypropylene plant in Saudi Arabia

IPP has polypropylene plants ready for inspection

Saudi Arabian petrochemical producer Sahara Petrochemical Company announced on Sunday an emergency shutdown at its Al Waha Petrochemicals subsidiary, a producer of propylene and polypropylene (PP).
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