AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, Sept. 1, 2015 (Press Release) -AkzoNobel is to invest more than €1.3 million to build a pilot plant for coating resins at its Performance Coatings site located in Felling, UK.
The state-of-the-art facility - which will create three new jobs and safeguard a further 28 positions at the site - will provide resin samples for product testing and the possibility to scale up to commercial manufacture. Start-up is expected in the first quarter of 2016.Read more
CAIRO, April 21, 2015 (Local News) - Indian group Sanmar plans to invest $350 million in the expansion of its Egypt plant, raising its total investment in the country to $1.45 billion.
The expansion of Trust Chemical Industries (TCI) in Port Said has been studied and approved by the company, Chairman Vijay Sankar was quoted as saying by Egypt's state news agency MENA on Sunday.Read more
STOW, OH, Oct 16, 2014 (Press Release) - MACtac® Performance Adhesive Group expands BS 5609:1986 Certifications for chemical container labeling with new Section 2 and Section 3 approvals to print with three ink suppliers: iimak, Armor SAS and ITW Thermal Films.Read more
HOUSTON, TX, June 23, 2014 (Business Wire) -
Officials with Kuraray America, Inc. today announced that prices will increase by $0.04 on all bags of commercial and XEP grades of EVALTMEVOH, GF and ETC resins. Kuraray America is notifying customers of the change, which will go into effect July 15, 2014 or as contracts allow.
The price increase is due to a significant rise in the costs of packaging resin into bags. The company's carton prices will not be affected by the increase.
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HELSINKI, June 24, 2013 (Press Release) -Fiber gives paper strength and printability. In the past, less fiber meant lower strength and poor printability. KemForm is changing the equation.
Two trends continue to cause headaches for the paper industry: recycled water and reused fiber. Both are creating problems with the strength and quality of the end product. Traditional chemistries struggle in closed systems. KemForm, however, thrives.Read more