Arkema is one of 15 global suppliers recognized by the famous German car-maker for innovation, specifically in high performance polymers derived from sustainable castor oil. Our leadership role in the Pragati initiative played a major role.
With immediate effect or as soon as contracts allow, Arkema increases the prices of its Ensoline® PHE and Ensoline® PHP by 10%. This price increase is required to offset the tightness of key raw materials (Phenol) and to face a strong market demand.
At Formnext 2018, Frankfurt, November 13-16, Arkema will showcase under its newly launched ‘3D Printing Solutions by Arkema’ platform, its market leading product portfolio and innovations for each of the major 3D Printing technologies: UV curing, powder bed fusion, and filament extrusion.
Arkema discloses its new grade of Hydrogen Peroxide for spray Aseptic packaging systems: Valsterane® S-HP (Spray High-Performance). This grade is available in two different concentrations, 25% and 35% of hydrogen peroxide in order to suit specific machine requirements.
Arkema is expanding in engineering adhesives with the announcement of the acquisition of Afinitica, a Spanish company specializing in instant adhesives, also known as cyanoacrylates. This small targeted acquisition will enable Bostik to develop a solid position in adhesives used in markets with strong growth potential, including electronics and medical equipment, and in many other durable goods manufacturing applications.
Today was the kickoff meeting of the MMAtwo project. A partner of MMAtwo, a European project for the recycling by depolymerization of PMMA waste to turn it back into raw material, Arkema will also be chairing the project’s executive committee. This role reflects the Group’s desire to promote the recycling of finished products and the circular economy, and is consistent with its commitment in favor of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
With the creation of this new commercial platform, Arkema aims to address the needs of the demanding and innovative 3D printing markets. The new platform will leverage an extensive range of materials dedicated to each of the major 3D printing technologies, a proven expertise, and strategic partnerships with key players in additive manufacturing.
Thus “3D Printing Solutions by Arkema” will support the 3D printing sector as it grows into an industrial manufacturing technology.
Barrday Inc., a major player in the composite market, and Arkema announce the creation of a joint venture to manufacture and market carbon fiber and specialty polymer tapes for the growing oil and gas industrial market.
Arkema announced a project to increase its linear mercaptans production capacities to support the demand growth of polymers for transportation and electronics markets. This incremental investment would increase the Houston (Texas) plant’s manufacturing capacity by up to 30 percent.
Arkema will open its 3D Printing Center of Excellence, located at its Sartomer Exton, PA facility. In this advanced R&D lab, Sartomer and its partners will further develop cutting-edge 3D printing resins through innovative material research and collaboration. This new center will complete the Arkema’s worldwide R&D network dedicated to the development of advanced material for additive manufacturing.
With immediate effect or as soon as contracts allow, Arkema increases the prices of its Dianol® range by 10%. This price increase is required to offset the tightness of key raw materials which lead to price increases and to face a strong market demand.
With immediate effect or as soon as contracts allow, Arkema increases the prices of its Dianol® range by 10%. This price increase is required to offset the tightness of key raw materials (BPA/Phenol) and to face a strong market demand.
To support the strong worldwide demand in ultra-high performing powders for industrial applications, in particular in the coatings, composite and 3D printing markets, Arkema is to expand its global production capacity at its Mont site (France) by more than 50%. This investment of around €20 M will come on stream in the second half of 2019.
Arkema confirms a detailed investment review, with its partner Novus International, Inc., to double production capacities at Arkema’s Beaumont Thiochemicals site in the United States. This project will support the strong global growth in the animal nutrition market and further strengthens Arkema’s world leading position in high value-added sulfur derivatives.
Due to steady energy and raw materials price increase, Arkema will increase Oxygenated solvents product range prices from 70 to 120 € per ton. The new prices will be effective June 1st, 2018 or as contracts allow.
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Arkema has announced the proposed acquisition by the Bostik-Nitta joint-venture of the industrial adhesives of Nitta-Gelatin Inc., as well as the construction of a new world-scale adhesives plant in Japan. These operations will enable Bostik to supply its Japanese customers in the buoyant nonwoven markets for hygiene applications and in the packaging, labelling, transportation and electronics industrial markets.
With immediate effect or as soon as contracts allow, Arkema increases the prices of its Ensoline® PHE and Ensoline® PHP by 10%. This price increase is required to offset the tightness of key raw materials and to face a strong market demand.
Arkema has just successfully brought on stream new Kynar® PVDF capacities in its Calvert-City plant in the United States. With this 20% increase in its US production capacities, Arkema will further support its customers’ strong demand in the region.
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.
To complement its major project in the bio-based polyamide 11, Arkema announces a 25% expansion in its global polyamide 12 polymers production capacities to support its customers’ strong demand in Asia.