WEB EXCLUSIVE: Last month, Styron LLC, a former business unit of Dow Chemical Co., officially became a stand-alone company owned by Bain Capital Partners. Styron is headed by Christopher D. Pappas, president and CEO and a former executive at Dow and Nova Chemicals. V.P. of Plastics at Styron is Paul Moyer, previously Dow’s business v.p. of Styrenics and Polycarbonate/Compounds and Blends. Based in Midland, Mich., Styron is a world leader in PS and SB latex. It has $3.7 billion in revenue, 20 manufacturing sites, and 1900 employees in 30 countries. Besides latex and PS, Styron produces styrene monomer, synthetic rubbers, HIPS, SAN, ABS, EPS bead (only in Europe), PC, PC/ABS, certain automotive PP blends, and TPOs. According to Moyer, Styron’s business “well balanced” between automotive, building/construction, packaging, and sheet markets, as well as consumer good and electronics, information technology, appliances, medical, electrical, and lighting.
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