Momentive increase prices phenolic resins

Momentive to increase prices for phenolic resins

9:45 AM, 4th December 2012
Momentive to increase prices for phenolic resins

COLUMBUS, US: Momentive Specialty Chemicals will increase the prices for phenolic resins by €200 to €300 per metric tonne depending on the product and 120 per metric tonne for phenolic moulding compounds in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The pricing adjustments, driven by increases in key raw material costs, become effective 1 January 2013, or as allowed by contract.

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