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WACKER to Raise Prices for Food-Grade Polyvinyl Acetate

26-06-2014

WACKER, the Munich-based chemical company, will adjust the prices for food-grade polyvinyl acetate (PVAc) globally due to sharply rising raw material costs. The price will increase by up to 30 percent, or as customer contracts allow. This measure has been necessitated by the ongoing high costs ...

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Shale gas boom reduces prices

Ceresana presents the worldwide first study on the entire ethylene value chain in the USA

25-03-2014

Ethylene is the by far most important raw material in the petrochemical industry. Consumption is immense: the USA single-handedly processed 25 million tonnes of ethylene in the past year. As the first market research institute ever, Ceresana has analyzed the entire ethylene value chain in a ...

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WACKER to raise prices for dispersions in EMEA

11-03-2014

WACKER POLYMERS is to raise its prices for VINNAPAS® vinyl acetate-ethylene and VINNOL® ethylene-vinyl chloride-based copolymer dispersions in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Effective April 1, 2014, WACKER will implement a price increase of up to €70 per ton, or as customer contracts ...

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WACKER to raise prices for dispersions

11-02-2014

WACKER POLYMERS is to raise its prices for dispersions in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), as well as in Asia. Effective March 1, 2014, prices for VINNAPAS® vinyl acetate-ethylene and VINNOL® ethylene-vinyl chloride-based copolymer dispersions in EMEA will be increased by up to €30 per ...

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WACKER POLYMERS to raise prices for dispersions in the Americas

27-01-2014

WACKER POLYMERS is to raise its prices for VINNAPAS® vinyl acetate-ethylene and VINNOL® ethylene-vinyl chloride-based copolymer dispersions in the Americas. Effective February 15, 2014, WACKER will implement a price increase of up to five percent per wet pound, or as customer contracts allow. ...

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WACKER starts up new production plant for dispersions in China

23-04-2013

Wacker Chemie AG officially ramped up its new production plant for vinyl acetate-ethylene copolymer (VAE) dispersions at its Nanjing site (Jiangsu province, China). With the additional 60,000 metric tons from the second reactor line, the local VAE dispersion capacity is doubling to total 120,000 ...

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WACKER POLYMERS to raise prices for vinyl acetate-based dispersions in the Americas

12-04-2013

WACKER POLYMERS is to raise its prices for VINNAPAS® vinyl acetate-ethylene and VINNOL® ethylene-vinyl chloride-based copolymer dispersions in the Americas. Effective May 1, 2013, WACKER will implement a price increase of $0.03 per wet pound, or as customer contracts allow. This measure has been ...

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WACKER opens new dispersions plant in South Korea

07-02-2013

Wacker Chemie AG officially launched its new production plant for vinyl acetate-ethylene copolymer (VAE) dispersions at its Ulsan site in South Korea. The additional 40,000 metric tons from the second reactor line increases the site’s VAE-dispersion capacity to a total of 90,000 tons per year. ...

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Vinyl acetate monomer market benefits from shale gas boom

04-02-2013

Emerging economies, solar power investments and the shale gas boom are all working together to fuel the Vinyl Acetate Monomer (VAM) market, states a new report by GBI Research. The new report* looks at VAM, a raw material used in the production of synthetic rubbers and polymer resins, and its ...

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Wacker Expands Polymer Site in China

07-03-2012

Wacker Chemie AG is expanding its Chinese polymer activities by investing around €40 million in building two new production facilities at its Nanjing site. As announced by the Munich-based chemical group, it is expanding the site’s existing facilities for vinyl acetate-ethylene copolymer (VAE) ...

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