BASF’s force majeure nylon-6,6 polymers, compounds
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BASF’s force majeure for nylon-6,6 polymers, compounds

5:00 PM, 18th June 2015
BASF’s force majeure for nylon-6,6 polymers, compounds

LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY: Due to production problems in the hexamethylenediamine (HMD)-plant in Seal Sands (UK), BASF SE said it has declared force majeure for hexamethylenediamine (HMDA), nylon salt and nylon-6,6 polymers on Tuesday, 16 June.

As a result, BASF is declaring force majeure for nylon-6,6 compounds (ultramid A, capron PA66) supplied from Europe effective 17 June and that it is not in a position to predict how long the force majeure situation will last, it said.

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