Nouryon increase prices Elotex redispersible polymer powders

Nouryon to increase prices of Elotex redispersible polymer powders

5:19 AM, 5th April 2019
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AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS: Nouryon (formerly AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals) will increase prices of its Elotex redispersible polymer powders sold into the building and construction market.

Effective on June 1, 2019, this price adjustment is necessary to maintain security of supply, allow the company to continue offering high-quality services and develop new, innovative products for the global building and construction market.

Elotex redispersible polymer powders are used to improve the performance of cement, lime or gypsum based finished dry-mix mortar products, as well as on cement-free and mineral binder-free systems.

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