Sabo increase hindered amine light stabilizers capacity
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Sabo to increase hindered amine light stabilizers capacity

11:03 AM, 23rd October 2017
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BERGAMO, ITALY: Sabo SpA, is implementing a major capacity expansion for hindered amine light stabilizers SABO STAB UV 70 and SABO STAB UV 91, and related intermediates. The expansion is scheduled to come on-stream during Q3 2018.

Moreover, Sabo will increase the capacity of SABO STAB UV 62 in 2019.

The expansion is being driven by the increasing demand for Hindered amine light stabilizers and advanced stabilization solutions in applications such as automotive parts, tapes, film and packaging materials.

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