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Styrolution lifts global force majeure for certain specialty grades
10-07-2012: Styrolution announced that on June 30, 2012, it lifted force majeure in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region for Terluran HH, Luran S, Luran, Luran HH, Lustran and Terlux grades. Force majeure has been in place since October 24, 2011 following a fire that occurred in a part of Styrolution’s production network in Ludwigshafen, Germany. Due to the nature of the supply chain, the company will lift force majeure within the next 45 days for these grades in Asia and the Americas.
The grades affected by force majeure belong to Styrolution’s specialties portfolio. With this portfolio, Styrolution serves customers across all industries by understanding their unique requirements and offering high-quality, innovative products and customization. The company’s specialty grades can be found in various applications across multiple industries, including automotive, healthcare & diagnostics, building &construction, electronics and household goods.
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