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DSM introduces price increases for its range of Liquid coating resins
28-03-2012: DSM Coating Resins will introduce a price increase of between 0.10-0.25 €/kg, depending
on the product, affecting the entire liquid coatings resins, adhesives and graphic arts
product portfolio. The price increase will be effective for shipments on or after April 1,
2012, or as contracts allow.
The price increase will affect product ranges like NeoCryl waterborne acrylics and acrylic
beads, NeoPac waterborne urethane-acrylics, NeoRez waterborne urethanes, Uraflex /
Solucote solvent borne urethanes and Uradil waterborne polyesters and alkyds.
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