Bostik expands production capacities inPhilippines

Bostik expands production capacities in the Philippines

7:57 AM, 21st April 2016
Bostik expands production capacities in the Philippines

MILWAUKEE, US: Bostik, the specialty adhesives business line of Arkema, has expanded its cementitious powder production capacities, based on its world-class Polymer Modified Binder (PMB) technology, with the opening of a new plant in the Philippines.

The facility is Bostik’s latest plant opening in South East Asia and will manufacture products including tile adhesives, wall finishing products and other construction systems.

Production is based on Bostik’s world-class Polymer Modified Binder (PMB) technology which remains a focus of its ongoing innovation, research and development activities.

“Development in high growth geographic regions is one of the central components of our growth strategy and this new facility will enable us to significantly grow our construction business in this important market,” said Jeffrey Merkt, senior vice president, Asia, Bostik.

This new facility represents the latest development in Bostik’s international expansion following recent plant openings in Mexico, US, India, Brazil and Malaysia.

© Worldofchemicals news


Read the latest news from Bostik:

Bostik opens new production, demo centre in Texas

0 Comments

Login

Your Comments (Up to 2000 characters)
Please respect our community and the integrity of its participants. WOC reserves the right to moderate and approve your comment.

Related News


BASF to acquire auto refinish coatings assets of Guangdong Yinfan

LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY / HONG KONG, CHINA: BASF SE said it will acquire assets of Guangdong Yinfan Chemistry Co Ltd (Yinfan) in China, to establish a s ...

Read more
Praxair to purchase carbon dioxide from US Nitrogen

DANBURY, US: Praxair Inc said it has signed a long-term agreement to purchase by-product carbon dioxide from US Nitrogen LLC, a subsidiary of Austin P ...

Read more
MMTC inks potash supply pact with Canada’s Encanto

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Metals and Minerals Trading Company of India (MMTC), under the ministry of commerce said it has agreed with Canada’s Encanto P ...

Read more
LSB Industries names new COO for Climate Control Business

OKLAHOMA CITY, US:  LSB Industries Inc (LSB) said it has named Richard Aldridge as chief operating officer (COO) of the company’s Climate C ...

Read more
Fire at United Petrochemical plant in Saudi kills 12, injures 11

JUBAIL, SAUDI ARABIA: A fire broke out during routine maintenance at a United Petrochemical Company plant in the Saudi Arabia’s industrial city ...

Read more
Evonik starts up world’s first methionine source plant for shrimps

ESSEN, GERMANY: Evonik Industries AG said it started up the world’s first production plant in Antwerp (Belgium), for a new methionine source spe ...

Read more
www.worldofchemicals.com uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use. X