Arkema, designer of materials, is exhibiting for the first time at the Viva Technology trade show from 24 to 26 May 2018 at Paris Porte de Versailles. In the Hall of Tech, stand E39, the Group will showcase projects jointly developed with twelve of its partners to illustrate its open innovation and digital transformation strategy.
Arkema will showcase at JEC 2018, from 6 to 8 March 2018, its unique range of advanced materials and
cutting-edge solutions to meet growing demand for lightweighting structures in the transportation, wind
power and construction sectors. With its Elium® resin, the Group offers an innovative alternative to the
challenging equation that is the recyclability of these materials.
On 16 November at 8.49 am (French time), Lalou Roucayrol and Alex Pella crossed the finish line of the Transat Jacques Vabre in Salvador de Bahia (Brazil) as winners in the Multi50 category. After sailing from Le Havre on 5 November, the Arkema pair covered the course’s 4,350 theoretical miles in 10 days 19 hours 14 minutes and 19 seconds, averaging a speed of 16.81 knots. An outstanding performance for these skippers who managed to overcome both technical and physical hurdles to ultimately claim victory. Lalou and Alex also relied on the invaluable support of Karine Fauconnier who was in charge of routing from land.
The Formnext tradeshow held in Frankfurt (Germany) from 14 to 17 November 2017 is the opportunity for Arkema to announce a development partnership in high temperature powders with EOS, pioneer and innovator of additive manufacturing solutions, and showcase its wide range of 3D printing solutions.
Arkema is proud to announce that the technology used in wind turbine blades received an award at JEC Asia last week in Seoul, Korea. This reward recognizes Elium® as one of the main disruptive technologies in the composites field that can change the business landscape by creating new markets or transforming existing ones.
Quentin Vlamynck seized a 14th place in the first leg of the Mini Transat La Boulangère, in the prototype category. The skipper of the Mini 6.50 Arkema 3 made the most of sailing the ocean over ten and a half days to gain a new strong maritime experience and draw valuable lessons on how to sail his innovative boat.
Our innovations deserved a dedicated space, an innovative and cutting-edge space to help us understand and experiment with Arkema’s chemistry! So here it is. On Thursday 21 September, Arkema inaugurated L'atelier 4.20 by Arkema in the presence of Thierry Le Hénaff, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
The new Neophil™ PVDF hollow fiber ultrafiltration membranes have been granted NSF/ANSI 61 certification for drinking water production. This certification will speed up the commercial development of this membrane technology developed jointly by Arkema and Polymem in the global drinking water market growing by 10 % yearly.