Please visit: NatureWorks LLC
15305 Minnetonka Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN 55345 US
The Dutch global producer of lactic acid is pre-marketing its new PLA resins in North America.
NatureWorks’s 2016 conference showed that innovation in biopolymer technology will continue to thrive.
Italian film processor combines coating technology with NatureWorks Ingeo films for packaging of processed foods.
NatureWorks invests in commercial-scale development of methane-to-lactic acid fermentation.
Bi-Ax is the first manufacturer in North America to convert NatureWorks' Ingeo PLA resins into film and sheet.
SelfEco developed two diverse PLA product lines in less than a year.
NatureWorks' online calculator offers brand owners and researchers a tool for comparing GHG emissions and the non-renewable energy use of products made from different plastics.
NatureWorks' new ABS replacement formulations are indicative of the continued evolution of Ingeo PLA resins.
At one time, BI-AX International produced millions of pounds of BOPP film a year for a wide range of commodity products. But it has since transitioned toward higher-value niche products for medical and packaging.
NatureWorks and Calysta receive DOE grant aimed at ongoing program to develop Ingeo PLA feedstock diversification.
Industry meets to discuss efforts to lessen the impact of labels on bottle recycling streams.
An industry gathering sponsored by NatureWorks is a forum for materials, additives, and processing advances.
Developments in materials have helped pave the way for processors to make ‘real world’ parts from what is collectively known as 3D printing. Here’s a comprehensive review of the materials available.
Floreon of the U.K. offers -impact-modified PLA that's more than 90% biobased, as well as additive masterbatches.
Metabolix Inc., Cambridge, Mass., has just begun to commercialize new grades of its Mirel PHA biopolymer designed specifically to modify PLA.
Floreon Transforming Packaging of Hull, U.K., has secured multiple new investors through an Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) to bring its patent-pending “performance” bioplastic material to market, and the U.S. is its prime regional target.
Three companies unveiled new developments in additive manufacturing and prototyping as 2013 came to a close, a testament to this technology's vibrant growth.
New product is composed of two biobased polymers in a bicomponent, sheath/core structure.
When the new industry term “bioresins” hit the plastics community in the early 2000s, polylactic acid (PLA ) made its way to the top of the list in a class of new plant-based materials.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Arkema Group’s subsidiary, Altuglas International, King of Prussia, Pa., and NatureWorks LLC, Minnetonka, Minn., have entered a global marketing collaboration to provide a range of high-performance alloys based on PMMA and PLA.