Chemtura, Katoen Natie JV non-dust blend products

Chemtura, Katoen Natie JV for non-dust blend products

4:45 AM, 18th May 2012
Chemtura, Katoen Natie JV for non-dust blend products
Peter Smith, President and General Manager, Antioxidant and UV Stabilizers business, Chemtura.

PHILADELPHIA, US: Chemtura Corporation has formed a long-term strategic agreement with Katoen Natie Group (KTN) to further strengthen Chemtura’s proprietary non-dust blend, Anox(R) NDB(R), position in the marketplace. This will combine Chemtura’s proprietary technology with Katoen Natie’s centralized distribution location and world-class service. This project is part of Chemtura’s antioxidant and UV stabilizer growth strategy, focused on becoming an even better and more competitive supplier.

In a parallel move, Chemtura is combining its Anox(R) NDB(R) technology centre with its global technical application centre located in Trafford Park, Manchester, United Kingdom, to further strengthen Chemtura’s ability to offer unique blending services that include feasibility studies, analytical evaluation of improved properties, and actual application performance data.

“We are excited to offer our proprietary Anox(R) NDB(R) stabilizer blends tailored to meet our customers’ requirements. Chemtura is unique in its breadth of product offering and global manufacturing capabilities. We are committed to expand our capacity and technical capabilities for improved cost performance and insuring that our materials and processes meet with today’s global regulatory requirements,” said Peter Smith, President and General Manager, Antioxidant and UV Stabilizers business, Chemtura.

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