and reconstruct it in Indonesia. DSM Melamine had made the decision to build the plant in Geleen in 1989 when it predicted a 5% annual growth in melamine in Europe. However

since then melamine product sales and prices in Western Europe had declined as demand in key markets throughout the former Soviet Union stagnated and exports to Japanese Europe slumped. The administration workers of DSM Melamine wanted to find out whether or not or to not shut