Eastman Increases PLASTICIZERS Prices on March 1
Eastman™ DOP Plasticizer: Off-list price increase of $US 0.04 /lb ($US 0.088/kg) in North America and Latin America.
Eastman™ DOA Plasticizer: Off-list price increase of $US 0.04 /lb ($US 0.088/kg) in North America and Latin America.
Eastman™ DOA Plasticizer, Kosher: Off-list price increase of $US 0.04 /lb ($US 0.088/kg) in North America and Latin America.
Eastman™ 168 Plasticizer: Off-list price increase of $US 0.04 /lb ($US 0.088/kg) in North America and Latin America.
Eastman™ 168-CA Plasticizer: Off-list price increase of $US 0.04 /lb ($US 0.088/kg) in North America and Latin America.
Eastman™M TOTM Plasticizer: Off-list price increase of $US 0.04 /lb ($US 0.088/kg) in North America and Latin America.
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