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DSM Coating Resins
By Phil Souza
Supplier of acrylic emulsion and solvent and water borne polyurethane resins to the Graphic Arts industry for Flexographic and Gravure printed ink and OPV applications. Product offering also includes solid acrylic bead resin and polyaziridne crosslin… Read More »
The Resin Report
By David Savastano , Editor
Published June 4, 2013
Resin manufacturers are looking forward to the upcoming year, as they develop new products for the market. Read More »
Allnex Installs New Capacity for Waterborne Coating Resins in Asia Pacific
Published June 30, 2014
Installs new reactor at its plant at Rayong, Thailand Read More »
Published October 29, 2013
Due to increased raw material costs Read More »
Published January 11, 2013
Acquires ability to manufacture different kinds of C-9 resin products for numerous applications, including offset and gravure inks Read More »
Published September 28, 2012
Europe, Africa and Western Asia receive price increases Read More »
Published November 18, 2010
BASF has appointed Michael McHenry as vice president, resins and additives, in North America. He will be based in Wyandotte, MI.      Mr. McHenry joined BASF in 2009 as part of the Ciba Corporation acquisition. He has served in a var… Read More »
Published February 13, 2008
Cray Valley announced an increase in prices of its hydrocarbon resins product line, retroactive to Dec. 1, 2007, or as existing contracts allow. The increase amounts to 5 cents per pound and applies to Wingtack and Norsolene resins sold throughout th… Read More »
Published January 13, 2006
Hexion Specialty Chemicals, Inc. announced that it will raise prices in the Americas effective Jan. 1, 2006 for various resins and ingredients used in formulating printing inks. “Ongoing cost increases for both raw materials and energy make… Read More »
Published October 10, 2005
Eastman Resins, Inc., Eastman Chemical Company’s resins business, will no longer sell Hydro-Rez acrylic emulsions, effective May 1.      Specific products affected are:      In the Americas: Hydro-Rez 3100, 3… Read More »