The Turkish plastics market faces tough times, but has strong fundamentals for sustainable prosperity, writes Paul Cochrane
Trinseo SA is building a thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) pilot facility in Hsinchu, Taiwan, as part of the company’s growth strategy for TPEs globally.
French automotive supplier Novares Group has inaugurated an expansion project at its Arouca manufacturing facility in northern Portugal, which will specifically aim to improve services to car maker PSA.
BASF will introduce new technical uses for its mini-bead version of its Infinergy expanded thermoplastic PU at the upcoming K Show.
Virgin Sport, part of the UK-based Virgin Group and organiser of London’s largest half marathon, has reported that it has eliminated 500,000 plastic bottles from across its three UK races.
According to a report published by Letsrecycle.com, and confirmed by documentation available in the National Archives, plastics recycler Plasticity (Worldwide) has gone into voluntary liquidation.
US chemicals company Celanese Corp. is undergoing a strategic review that could see the company broken up, Bloomberg has reported citing unnamed people familiar to the matter.
Arlanxeo has completed a turnaround of its chloroprene rubber (CR) production facilities in Dormagen, Germany, bringing the total production capacity to 70 kilotonnes per annum (ktpa) at the site.
Leading Croatia car parts moulder AD Plastik has announced plans to increase its workforce at one of its plants in Zagreb, Croatia to handle growing production demand.
Industrial systems supplier Hydratec Industries NV is in the final stages of negotiations with financial services company Wadinko to acquire a majority shareholding in two Dutch plastics machinery businesses.
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