PolyOne Corporation starts production specialty polymer formulations new facility in Turkey

PolyOne starts production at Turkey facility

11:51 AM, 17th December 2013
PolyOne Corporation new facility in Turkey

ISTANBUL, TURKEY: PolyOne Corporation, a premier global provider of specialized polymer materials, services and solutions, has begun production in a new facility in Turkey. The operations feature enhanced capabilities to better serve customers with an expanding portfolio of specialty polymer formulations.

The facility is located in Istanbul and provides high-level production, service and flexibility characteristics required by PolyOne’s customers. The new location offers a specially designed layout for customer meetings, training and collaboration, as well as state-of-the-art manufacturing.

“Demand for PolyOne solutions and service in Turkey continues to increase. These investments will further enable PolyOne’s growth by providing customers a broader portfolio of offerings and even more efficient delivery times. Turkey is one of the fastest growing markets for thermoplastics in the world, and the specialty polymer solutions formulated by PolyOne deliver on the needs of original equipment manufacturers and plastics processors throughout the region,” said Holger Kronimus, Vice President, Europe, PolyOne Corporation.


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