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The new Texas plant reflects another Braskem milestone investment in North America.
Company is targeting a variety of foams as well as solid compounded or deep-draw thermoforming applications
Second quarter ends with flat to declining prices, even for high-volume engineering resins.
This in keeping with its new UHMWPE plant slated for startup in fourth quarter.
After numerous delays pushed back its scheduled launch by a year, the massive Ethylene XXI project will begin production this month in Mexico.
Ineos technology to star at two new U.S. HDPE plants and two in Mexico.
Labcon opts for surgarcane-derived HDPE to make its packaging more earth-friendly.
Braskem has launched the Inspire 6000 series and Prisma specialty grades of PP.
A groundbreaking ceremony took place on schedule for the construction of Braskem first North American UHMWPE plant.
Do North Dakota’s plans to build a $3 billion cracking facility with annual capacity for 1.5 million metric tons of polyethylene (3.3 billion pounds) reflect a tipping point in the shale oil/gas revolution?
A new UHMWPE plant is planned by Braskem at its LaPort, Texas site.
Advances in nucleators, compatibilizers, fillers, stabilizers, and more elevate performance of polyolefins.
Uniloy offers a range of new and expanded services for extrusion blow and injection-blow molders.
Braskem's 'Green' PE featured in Nomacorc's first 100% renewably-sourced wine closures.
New product is composed of two biobased polymers in a bicomponent, sheath/core structure.
Germany’s FKuR Plastics Corp. (U.S. office in Cedar Park, Texas), a compounder of bioplastics for flexible packaging, is now a distributor in the U.S. and Canada of biobased polyethylene from Brazil’s Braskem
WEB EXCLUSIVE: FKuR, a leading compounder of bioplastics compounds for flexible packaging, and global biopolymer leader Braskem have expanded their distribution agreement , with FKuR now the official distribution partner for Braskem’s Green PE in USA and Canada.
LDPE derived from sugarcane ethanol.
Higher-performance and easier processing PE film resins for packaging, a one-pass crosslinked PE for photovoltaic (PV) wire and cable, several higher-performing nylons and TPEs, “greener” plastics, and enhanced styrenic and PC resins are among the new materials that made their debut at the big show in Orlando, Fla., last month.
Braskem, a major Brazilian producer of polymers and chemicals, has signed an agreement with German bioplastics compounder FKuR Kunststoff GmbH that will enable production of customized grades of Braskem’s BioPE.