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Published: 11/7/2019

How Do You Evaluate, Research and Decide On Purchases for Your Business?
Survey seeks to determine how media and marketing inform the industrial buying process; add your voice. 

Published: 10/30/2019

Borealis Aims to Start Producing Renewable PP by Year's End
Strategic co-operation allows Borealis to use Neste’s 100% renewable propane.

Published: 10/28/2019

Texas A&M & Teysha Technologies Team Up to Advance Research into Sustainable Polycarbonate
The ‘plug-and-play’ technology utilizes bio-sourced feedstocks.

Published: 10/23/2019

K 2019 Slideshow: New Resins, New Applications in Materials
Ascend, Borealis, Borouge, Braskem, Dow, ExxonMobil, Nova, SABIC, and Solvay came to Düsseldorf with new applications, including pouches, shrink film, cable ties, flip tops, all-plastic bikes, as well as new materials.

Published: 10/4/2019

Downward Pricing Pressure for Commodity Resins this Quarter
Slowed demand, sufficient supplies, lower global prices could serve to push down prices of most commodity resins.

Published: 9/17/2019

Norner Signs Deal to Build New Polymer Exploration Center and Enters Future Materials Catapult
Independent Norwegian plastics institute aims to become a leader in the development of future sustainable plastics solutions.

Published: 9/16/2019

Victrex at K 2019: Innovating with PEEK
Expansion of Victrex’s PEEK portfolio ranges from 3D printing and films to composites, gear solutions and a food-grade family.

Published: 9/13/2019

nova-Institute's CEO Likes Plastics
“There are no other materials that have such a broad spectrum of properties,” says Michael Carus in an interview with Bio-based News editor.

Published: 9/9/2019

ExxonMobil to Highlight New Sustainable Solutions and Innovative Applications at K 2019
Look for new recyclable full PE laminated packaging solutions and new ‘extreme performance’ and high-heat resistant PE and PP films.

Published: 9/6/2019

Generally Flat Pricing Projected for Volume Resins Heading into 4th Quarter
PET and nylons 6 and 66 could see further downward pricing