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Published September 19, 2014
Hope to purchase adhesive supplier in coming months for $2.24 billion. Read More »
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Published October 22, 2013
Yusuke Ueda, Sumitomo Seika CEO, and Marc Schuller, Arkema executive vice president, have inaugurated the new Sumitomo Seika superabsorbent plant on the Carling site in Moselle, France. This investment, made in partnership with Arkema, will enable Su… Read More »
Published August 21, 2012
Product can be used to produce ultra-resistant textiles for water, chemical filtration and architectural applications. Read More »
Published July 1, 2009
Arkema has launched a new grade of Rilsan PA11—its 100% bio-sourced technical polymer—designed for the fiber market. This new Rilsan PA11 grade is intended to produce bio-based fibers that combine a unique set of performances: light weight, soft tou… Read More »
Arkema has launched a new grade of Rilsan PA11—its 100% bio-sourced technical polymer—designed for the fiber market. This new Rilsan PA11 grade is intended to produce bio-based  fibers that combine a unique set of performances: light… Read More »
Published October 11, 2013
Saint-Gobain Abrasives, a manufacturer and supplier of performance-engineered abrasives, announced the second phase of an ongoing investment in its Norton Bear-Tex portfolio of nonwoven products. The global investment strategy includes increased rese… Read More »
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Published May 22, 2013
Bolger & O’Hearn has introduced its new advanced odor protection, OdorArmor. The durable textile effect is designed to control bacterial growth and absorb odors. Textiles treated with OdorArmor absorb and lock-in body odors as well as outsi… Read More »
Published February 27, 2013
Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd. has decided to build new verification and production facilities for cellulose nanofibers at Iwakuni Mill, part of its of chemical division, to develop the cellulose nanofiber business using pulp as materials. Cellul… Read More »