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Berwyn, PA 19312 US
Trinseo's new Enlite is said to be the first PP compound with an 85% long glass fiber (LGF) content.
Trinseo's new series of PC-ABS are aimed at providing lightweight, cost-effective alternatives for exterior auto components.
Blow molded spoilers, high- and low-gloss door trim, and 2-shot chrome and paint highlighted in the process/assembly enabling technologies category.
Check out these interesting finalists of the 2015 SPE Automotive Innovation Awards within the body interior category.
Four additives suppliers have recently received food-contact and environmental certifications for industry workhorse additives.
New name for Styron, "Trinseo", reflects diverse product range.
With feedstock and energy costs dropping globally, commodity and engineering resin prices are following suit.
At the recent Fakuma International trade show, Styron debuted two new Emerge Advance Resin grades.
Styron's PC/PET makes up housing of new power distribution unit.
Specialty blends such as chemically-resistant Emerge PC/PET used for medical device housings, as well as other higher-margin compounds for lighting, electronics and automotive, are Styron's new focus in North America.
Specialty PC compounds and blends in North America is Styron's new focus.
The K 2013 show will present a broad range of engineered plastics materials, including thermoplastic composites, as well as additives. Automotive and electronic applications will be the main targets, as well as medical, packaging, lighting, and construction.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: The new Renault Clio sports what’s said to be the first all-thermoplastic, mono-material lift gate on a commercial vehicle.
MuCell Extrusion LLC, Woburn, Mass., made two moves last month that further expanded its capabilities in flat film and sheet foaming.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: At NPE2012 this month, Styron Automotive, Berwyn, Pa., is introducing two new premium PC/ABS blends that are said to be more easy-flowing and more cost-effective than competing grades.
Relief for escalating costs of packaging materials and an opportunity to address sustainability goals are two factors that have helped attract global attention to a new physical foaming technology for HIPS packaging.
Styron LLC, Berwin, Pa., the company formed last June from the former Styron Div. of Dow Chemical Co., has decided to change its name.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Newly formed Styron LLC (formerly part of Dow Chemical), Midland, Mich., brought out two new sheet extrusion resins.
Last fall’s K 2010 fair in Germany drew dozens of materials suppliers to show off hundreds of new products, aimed especially at packaging,medical, automotive, and electrical/electronics.