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New Sustainable Gum Rosin Processing is Changing Market Dynamics
By David Savastano, Editor
Published December 4, 2014
Plantation system, hybrid trees are increasing production and stabilizing costs. Read More »
Published September 9, 2014
Estimates a CAGR of 7.4 percent between 2014 and 2019 Read More »
Evonik Announces Global Price Increase for Methacrylate Polymers, Reactive Resins
Published May 23, 2014
Measure is needed because of increased cost Read More »
BASF Breaks Ground on New Resin Plant in Shanghai
Published March 7, 2014
Investment supports rising demands for high quality coatings in growing industries in Asia Pacific Read More »
Published December 2, 2013
Are Your Customers lining up to use YOUR products or services? Read More »
Published October 22, 2012
New senior VP previously led Fuel and Lubricant Solutions unit Read More »
Published August 2, 2011
Announced last December, Arkema’s acquisition from Total of coatings resins from both Cray Valley and Cook Composites and Polymers, and the photocure resins of Sartomer, has been approved by the anti-trust authorities in all countries concerned… Read More »
Published August 2, 2011
Effective June 17, 2011, or as contracts allow, BASF increased list and off-list prices for resins and performance additives by 3% to 8% in North America.  The price increase pertains to only the North American graphic arts, coatings and related… Read More »
Published January 27, 2011
Arkema announced a project to acquire the Coatings Resins (Cray Valley and Cook Composite Polymers) and Photocure Resins (Sartomer) businesses of Total’s Specialty Chemicals activities for a €550M enterprise value. Fully in line with its s… Read More »
Plays So Well with Others: New Dispersing Resin Technology Offers Viscosity Control, Compatibility, Efficiency and Higher Pigment Loading
By Kay Sanborn, Rohm & Haas
Published June 9, 2009
For printers, it’s never business as usual. Higher strength inks must roll onto ever finer line screens. Presses speed up as substrates diversify. Large runs split into smaller jobs that require different equipment settings. And through it all,… Read More »