Cytec set up new UV stabilizers production line in China

Cytec to set up new UV stabilizers production line in China

1:55 PM, 22nd June 2011
Cytec to set up new UV stabilizers production line in China

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Cytec Industries Inc said a new production line for CYASORB CYNERGY Solutions stabilizers will be set up in Cytec’s manufacturing site in Fengxian (Shanghai), China. The start up of the new production line is expected in the first quarter of 2012. The production of CYASORB UV-3853 Light Stabilizer (monomeric HALS - hindered amine light stabilizer) will also be increased.

“The addition of this production line for CYASORB CYNERGY Solutions, will allow customers in Asia Pacific, particularly in China, to get faster supply of our high performance UV stabilizers,” said Domenico Romanino, Global Business Director Polymer Additives, Cytec.

“The new line will produce, among other products, CYASORB CYNERGY Solutions V703 stabilizer, the most recent UV stabilization solution for Automotive TPO (Thermoplastic Olefin) compounds. This investment, in conjunction with the already announced manufacturing expansions in Willow Island, West Virginia, USA, represents an important commitment to our customers and to their need for high performance UV protection solutions,” he added.

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