Arlanxeo increase prices Keltan rubber products

Arlanxeo to increase prices for Keltan rubber products

4:53 AM, 11th January 2018
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GELEEN / MAASTRICHT, NETHERLANDS: Arlanxeo said that it will increase prices for ethylene propylene diene rubber grades (EPDM) globally.

In Europe, Middle East and Africa the price adjustment will be up to €125 per metric tonne and effective as of 15th January 2018.

In Latin America and APAC (excl. Greater China) will be up to $150 per metric tonne and effective as of 15th January 2018.

In Greater China Arlanxeo has contacted its customers individually regarding a price increase in December.

Arlanxeo distributes EPDM rubber under the brand name Keltan. EPDM products are used in applications like automotive, building and construction, plastics modification, consumer goods, cable and wire, and tubes.

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