China's manufacturing sector has done poorly in recent months due to weak domestic demand and higher trade tariffs.
Industrial accidents are common in China, where safety regulations are often poorly enforced.
One worker is admitted to hospital with acid burns but Fire Department manages to clean up spill.
Nine factory workers were sent to the Jasin Hospital for further treatment after suffering breathing difficulties.
The US company must also spend US$2 billion in capital expenditure on the plant over the next five years.
The proposal is in line with PepsiCo’s goal to double its snacks business in India by 2022 and is expected to help create more than 1500 jobs.
The land is located close to Maxter’s existing cluster of manufacturing plants, facilitating management control and operational synergies.
Manufacturing in the 19-nation currency bloc has been on a downward trajectory since the start of last year.
One factory was razed while another two suffered serious damage.
The outlook for China’s manufacturing sector continues to deteriorate due to weakness in the domestic economy combined with new tariffs the US imposed the previous month on Chinese goods.
Two individuals have been arrested, they are believed to be the owner and supervisor of the factory.
Sepang council president Mohd Fauzi Mohd Yatim denies allegation by DAP's Ronnie Liu he failed to act against factory causing pollution.
They claim the burning of plastic waste is causing a stench and affecting their health.
Manufacturing showed and upturn even though its still on shaky grounds.
Selangor exco Hee Loy Sian says a fire at the factory in 2017 may have caused some pollution.
One of them is the owner of a chemical-processing plant and another owns a used goods processing factory.
Media reports say a huge quantity of illegal explosives was stored at the factory.
The stoppage at the plant, one of Subaru's only two factories worldwide and accounting for roughly 60% of its global production, started from the night shift on Jan 16.
Police say water cannons and tear gas were fired to disperse huge crowds of striking factory workers in Savar.
Bangladesh's factory workers strike for higher wages in the industry.
The new factory will also boost the company's presence in Europe.
The increasing strain on factories signals a continued loss of economic momentum and raises the risks to both China and the global economy.
Founder Lim Wee Chai says the factory will create between 500 and 1,000 jobs for Syrian refugees and Turkish citizens.
Economists predicted a 4.1% expansion, faster than the revised 5.5% growth in Oct.