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LANXESS increases prices in three business units
27-06-2012: Specialty chemicals company LANXESS is globally increasing its prices for ion exchange resins and inorganic pigments, effective July 1, 2012. At the same time, LANXESS’ wholly owned subsidiary Saltigo GmbH is to increase its prices worldwide for its proven active ingredient Saltidin, used in insect repellents, by up to 15 percent because of the rise in raw material costs.
The Inorganic Pigments business unit is increasing its prices by a minimum of EUR 100 per metric ton. Customers will be contacted individually regarding the specifics of the measure as it applies to their products or regions.
The Ion Exchange Resins business unit is to increase its prices for its proven Lewatit ion exchange resins by an average of five percent. The precise adjustment will depend on resin grade and region.
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