DuPont increase Zytel polymers prices globally

DuPont to increase Zytel polymers prices globally

9:31 AM, 7th February 2017
DuPont to increase Zytel polymers prices globally

WILMINGTON, US: Effective 15 February or as soon as contracts allow, DuPont Performance Materials said it will increase prices for all DuPont™ Zytel® polymers and compounds by the equivalent of $300 per metric tonne. This will be applied globally and higher increases may be required for some specialty grades. The price increase is needed as a result of rapidly rising costs of certain key raw materials.

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