Wacker raise prices dispersible powders

Wacker to raise prices for dispersible powders

11:45 AM, 13th October 2017
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MUNICH, GERMANY: Wacker Polymers is to raise its prices for dispersible polymer powders of the Vinnapas, Vinnacel and Etonis brand. Effective November 1, 2017, prices will be increased by 7 percent. This measure has been necessitated by the continued increase in costs.

The price adjustment enables Wacker Polymers to continue providing customers with a wide-range of innovative quality products, supply security and comprehensive technical, sales and customer support services.

Dispersible polymer powders of the Vinnapas, Vinnacel and Etonis brand are used in a broad variety of modern construction and infrastructure applications.

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