Materia start catalyst plant in Singapore

Materia to start catalyst plant in Singapore

10:19 AM, 9th June 2011
Materia to start catalyst plant in Singapore

LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY: BASF increases prices globally for antioxidants and process stabilizers for plastic applications up to 15 percent, in selected cases up to 25 percent and for selected products across the portfolio of additives and pigments for plastic applications up to 25 percent. New prices are effective for deliveries starting today or as contracts allow. These price increases are applied in addition to the prior announced December and February increases.

 

These price increases are necessary to cover further significant increase in raw material cost, mainly fatty alcohols, methyl acrylate and phenols as well as increases in other raw materials.

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