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PUBLISHED: 5/21/2019

Materials: Two Performance PE Film Grades for Quality Flexible Packaging Debut at Chinaplas 2019

ExxonMobil had added two new grades to its family of Exceed metallocene hexene LLDPE film resins. 


PUBLISHED: 5/16/2019

Materials: Portfolio of Novel PBT Compounds Derived from rPET

SABIC’S LNP Elcrin iQ compounds aim to extend useful life of PET bottles and help reduce plastic waste.


PUBLISHED: 5/15/2019

Materials: Next-Generation TPEs for Overmolding Exhibit Superior Adhesion to Broad Range of Thermoplastics

Teknor Apex’s Monprene OM compounds boast cost and processing advantages over current TPEs.


PUBLISHED: 5/14/2019

Materials: LCPs Prove to be Material of Choice for Fine-Pitch Electrical Connectors

Two new high-flow, low-warpage LCP formulations from Sumitomo Chemical are key to achieving today’s thinner, smaller, higher-density interconnects.


PUBLISHED: 5/14/2019

Materials: High-Molecular-Weight POM

Polyplastics’ Duracon POM WW-09 boasts durability and good sliding performance.


PUBLISHED: 5/14/2019

Materials: Advanced PPA for FR Connectors in E/E Devices

BASF’s new Ultramid Advanced T2000 is touted for its combination of excellent mechanical and dielectric strength at high temperatures. 


PUBLISHED: 5/14/2019

Additives: Liquid Strengthening Additive Substantially Boosts Physical Properties of Recycled Polymers

Riverdale Global’s +Restore additive has been shown to strenghten PP, PP copolymer and HDPE regrind.


PUBLISHED: 5/8/2019

Materials: PC, ABS and Blends with Up to 50% Recycled Content for Broad Range of Applications

Star Plastics’ new ReStart product line boasts a sustainable materials solution that delivers quality parts and reduced waste.


PUBLISHED: 5/2/2019

Patented Additive for Nano-Degradation of Broad Range of Thermoplastics Used in Packaging

Timeplast can mimic the natural enzymatic process up to 100% through a thermo-chemical and synthetically-based approach.


PUBLISHED: 4/30/2019

Materials: Glass-Reinforced PPS for Electric Vehicle Thermal Management Systems and More

DSM expands EV thermal management portfolio with new PPS grade.


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