Tosoh raise prices ethyleneamines globally

Tosoh to raise prices for ethyleneamines globally

6:13 AM, 19th September 2017
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TOKYO, JAPAN: Tosoh Corporation, the sole manufacturer of ethyleneamines in Japan, announced the increase of its prices for ethyleneamines globally. Effective Oct 1, 2017, Tosoh will raise the prices of its ethyleneamines as follows:



   North America


Ethylenediamine (EDA)

$200.00 / mt



Diethylenetriamine (DETA)

$150.00 / mt

$0.05 / lb


€100.0 / mt


Ethyleneamines and their derivatives find use in a wide variety of applications. These include epoxy hardeners, wet-strength resins for paper, chelates, pharmaceuticals, agrochemical intermediates, and many other applications that are the backbone of daily life.

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