Arkema increases price plastics additives range

Arkema increases price on plastics additives range

12:20 PM, 17th June 2011
Arkema increases price on plastics additives range
ARKEMA head offices in Colombes, France


COLOMBES, FRANCE: Arkema has increased its prices for Thermolite Thermal Stabilizers, Clearstrength MBS Impact Modifiers, Durastrength Acrylic Impact Modifiers and Plastistrength Processing Aids sold in EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa). Those price increases are required to offset the recent substantial price increase in major raw materials. Effective April 1st 2011, EMEA prices will be increased by 250 €/ton forThermolite and Clearstrength, and by 150 €/T for Plastistrength and Durastrength.

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