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Published: 5/7/2018

IHS Markit Briefing: What Lies Ahead for the Plastics Industry?
Market pros provide insights on the economy, energy, feedstocks and polymers.

Published: 5/7/2018

A. Schulman Emphasizes Growth in Building & Construction
A. Schulman is aiming for further material advancements that provide weatherability, UV protection, and strength over traditional building products. 

Published: 3/29/2018

Resins & Additives at NPE2018: Spotlight on Performance, Economy, Sustainability
NPE will host lots of news in engineered thermoplastic compounds, customized TPEs, polyolefins for packaging, bioplastics, recycled content compounds, purging agents, 3D printing materials, and a slew of innovative additives.

Published: 3/1/2018

Novel ‘Flat’ Fiberglass Enhances Injection Molded TP Composites
Advances in fiberglass reinforcements for thermoplastics have evolved from conventional chopped strand to long-glass fibers to hybrids of long glass and carbon fibers.

Published: 2/16/2018

Automotive Composites Get A Boost From New Predictive Engineering Tools
Government-industry-academic consortium develops engineering software to predict mechanical properties of long-fiber thermoplastic composites.

Published: 2/15/2018

LyondellBasell to Acquire A.Schulman
Acquisition to create an industry-leading compounding business.

Published: 1/23/2018

Engineering Resins Maker Focuses on 3D Printing Materials
SABIC develops arsenal of specialty products based on its engineering resins for a new range of processes.

Published: 1/23/2018

New Engineering Materials for Challenging Automotive Applications
Nylons, PPA, and PPS for high heat and chemical resistance and/or high strength with light weight.

Published: 12/31/2017

Winners of 2017 SPE Automotive Awards Wow with Many ‘Firsts’
Innovative, transferable, and intelligent use of thermoplastics capture eight of nine categories.

Published: 12/18/2017

Solvay Starts Up Production of Technyl Nylons in Mexico
Solvay’s new San Louis Potos nylon facility will service the company’s regional customers in the automotive and consumer goods markets.