BASF has doubled its manufacturing capacity for UV acrylic hotmelts sold under the brand name acResin® by building a second production facility at the Ludwigshafen site in Germany. By taking this step, the company has strengthened its position as the leading solution provider for sophisticated applications in the adhesives sector. BASF invested several tens of millions of euros to build the new facility; the additional capacity it offers is now available.
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www.upm.com, 23 May 2019 – Last year UPM joined the Together for Sustainability (TfS) initiative, which includes companies promoting sustainability practices within their supply chains and comprehensively sharing the sustainability information they have on their suppliers. Read
www.plasticsnews.com, 21 May 2019 – German chemicals giant BASF SE is building a 60,000-metric-ton annual capacity engineering plastics compounding plant in China. Read
www.adhesivesmag.com, 20 May 2019 – Shurtape Technologies, LLC recently announced the expansion of its Industrial Packaging-North American team with the addition of four territory sales managers who are reportedly strategically placed to cover key growth markets, including western New York and Pennsylvania, Ohio, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, and Indiana. Read
www.ppmindustries.com, 16 May 2019 – Your choice of using a standard duct tape or a professional one depends on which tensile strength and adhesion power you are looking for, and the conditions under which it will be used.