BASF increases prices resins, additives in Asia pacific

BASF increases prices for resins, additives in Asia pacific

10:58 AM, 14th February 2018
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HONG KONG, CHINA: BASF SE said that it will increase prices for its resins and additives portfolios in Asia Pacific by up to 15 percent, with immediate effect.

This includes but is not limited to Basonat, Luwipal, Joncryl, Efka, Foamaster in Asia Pacific, depending on the product type. Price adjustments are necessary due to higher raw material prices, transportation and packaging costs.

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