Kuraray increase prices elastomer products

Kuraray to increase prices for elastomer products

7:15 AM, 15th February 2018
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TOKYO, JAPAN: Kuraray Co Ltd said that its elastomers business unit will increase the transaction prices of following elastomer products in all regions effective 1 March – ALL SEPTON, HYBRAR and TU-Polymer: $0.25 per kilogram ($0.11 per pound)

Increasing feedstock prices from late fall 2017 have increased the costs to produce these speciality high-performance materials. It is necessary to recover a portion of these increases to ensure ongoing supply and new product innovation.

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