Cytec expands light stabilizers capacity in US China
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Cytec expands light stabilizers capacity in US and China

10:01 AM, 17th October 2012
Cytec expands light stabilizers capacity in US and China

WOODLAND PARK, US: Cytec Industries has completed the capacity expansion for CYASORB light stabilizers at two manufacturing sites. In North America, the manufacturing expansions in Willow Island, West Virginia, offers additional capacity to support the global growth of polymeric HALS, CYASORB THT and CYASORB CYNERGY SOLUTIONS stabilizers.

In Asia Pacific, the new production line located in Fengxian, Shanghai, China, enables faster and more efficient supply of high performance UV stabilizers for automotive TPO, including monomeric HALS and CYASORB CYNERGY SOLUTIONS V703 stabilizer.

“These investments demonstrate our long-term commitment to support our customers and leverage growth opportunities on a global basis, with innovative high performance UV protection solutions,” said Domenico Romanino, Vice President, Additive Technologies, Cytec.

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