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Eastman increases ALCOHOLS AND ESTERS prices on September 01
17-08-2012: Eastman Chemical Company is increasing prices on the following products Sep. 1, or as contracts allow. These increases are due to elevated operating costs, particularly in raw materials and energy.
EASTMAN™ N-PROPYL ALCOHOL : Off-list price increase of $USD 0.05/lb ($USD 0.11/kg) globally.
EASTMAN™ N-PROPYL ACETATE : Off-list price increase of $USD 0.05/lb ($USD 0.11/kg) globally.
EASTMAN™ EEP : Off-list price increase of $USD 0.05/lb ($USD 0.11/kg) globally.
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