Albemarle rise prices select brominated products

Albemarle to rise prices for select brominated products

9:35 AM, 5th December 2016

CHARLOTTE, US: Albemarle Corporation said that it will increase the price of select brominated flame retardants and bromine derivatives by 5 percent, effective from 1 January 2017 or as contracts allows.

This increase is necessary to support continued investment in product quality, reliability, development, advocacy and stewardship, as well as to offset the rising cost of raw materials.

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