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2500 City West Boulevard
Houston, TX 77042 US
New pilot plant to start up production by the end of first quarter 2017.
Startup of new pilot plant slated for end of March.
Celanese to offer PEEK, TPE; SABIC eyes new Gulf Coast facility; Covestro displays automotive, electronics innovations; and Baerlocher launches heat stabilizer for recycled resins.
Driving the wide range of new developments in engineered plastics and additives are higher performance, safety, and sustainability.
Rotuba exited the sheet business to focus on custom profiles for LED light fixtures. It now ranks as North America’s leading profile extruder in this burgeoning market.
Through its 50-50 JV with Korea's SK Global Chemical, SABIC is offering POE/POP products for polymer modifications and film applications.
EMG did a terrific job in bringing together some 25 trade press members to hear preliminary news from some key players in plastic materials and additives.
Chinese producer of polysulfone teams up with North American plastics distributor to help alleviate supply crunch.
SABIC's new grades of PC copolymers enabe injection-moldable lightweight aircraft interior parts.
Large-scale additive manufacturing is disrupting the (already disruptive) 3D printing field.
Blow molded spoilers, high- and low-gloss door trim, and 2-shot chrome and paint highlighted in the process/assembly enabling technologies category.
Three chassis/hardware and two powertrain innovative applications bear mention.
Two novel injection molded components and a blow molded one made possible by modified or new materials.
Of the nine award categories, thermoplastics captured five winners.
Reportedly outperforms alternatives for complex thermoforming applications.
The Pittsfield era is over for engineering plastics.
SABIC's integrated window lighting exploration includes both decorative and functional aspects.
SABIC's new PC film resin is said to be virtually unbreakable.
Aftermarket category added to 2015 SPE Auto Innovation Awards
Thermoplastics as well as 3D printing were hot topics during CAMX 2015.