Please visit: Nova Chemicals Inc.
1555 Coraopolis Heights Rd.
Moon Township, PA 15108 US
sHDPE from Nova Chemical offers excellent moisture barrier in "easy open" cereal and cracker packages.
It's said to be a first for PE resin producers in North America.
As part of a several upgrades at its Calgary R&D facility, Nova Chemicals has installed a semi-commercial scale nine-layer blown film coextrusion line.
A second PE supplier has offered a PE contract price reduction, while spot prices tumble as available supply swells.
One major PE player is offering the first reduction on PE contract prices in two years. Will others see fit to do the same?
GPS 2014 zeroed-in on the industry's challenges and opportunities.
Over a five-day period last week, two massive North America polyolefin projects made possible by shale gas marked significant milestones.
At October’s K 2013 show in Dusseldorf, Nova Chemicals, Moon Township, Pa., unveiled details of its PE capacity plans.
Nova Chemicals has added Arcel ULV to its line of PE/PS expandable beads.
Around 1 billion lb more capacity is due by 2015 in Joffre, Alberta.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: The newest EPS resin from Nova Chemicals, Monaca, Pa., is a shape/packaging grade, R625B, with 25% recycled content.
Novel hybrid of polyethylene and polystyrene acts as a processing aid for HDPE, LDPE, and PP.
Shift from private to capital ownership give Tray-Pak a boost.
Nova Chemicals Corp., Pittsburgh, plans three capacity additions at its facilities in Canada.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Surpass IGs153-A resin is a new octene-copolymer HDPE for injection and compression molding water-bottle caps.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: A new joint venture will market and manufacture structural-foam polyethylene sheets suitable for applications in recreational-vehicle panels; shipping containers; concrete forms (already commercial); marine decking, storage bins, and hatches; and playground equipment.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Up to 50% higher moisture barrier than standard resins is claimed for an experimental HDPE from Nova Chemicals, Pittsburgh.
The world’s first water-blown expandable polystyrene bead (WEPS) is in development at Nova Chemicals’ new technology center in Breda, the Netherlands.
Nova Chemicals Inc., Pittsburgh, the main domestic producer of Dylark styrene maleic anhydride (SMA) copolymers, announced in late June that it would discontinue making the resin after a final production run in July.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: The acquisition of Nova Chemicals Corp., Pittsburgh, by International Petroleum Investment Co. of Abu Dhabi was completed in July.