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Celanese Increases Fortron PPS Production at Wilmington, N.C., Plant to Meet Global Demand


Celanese Corporation announced that one of its strategic affiliates, Fortron Industries LLC, will increase production at its Wilmington, N.C., plant to meet an increased global demand for Fortron® polyphenylene sulfide (PPS). The Fortron Industries plant in Wilmington is the world's largest ...


Celanese Enhances Advanced Engineered Materials Segment Through Acquisition of Global LCP and PCT Product Lines from DuPont


Celanese Corporation announced that its Advanced Engineered Materials business has completed a transaction to acquire two product lines, DuPont™ Zenite® liquid crystal polymer (LCP) and Thermx® polycyclohexylene-dimethylene terephthalate (PCT), from DuPont Performance Polymers. “This acquisition ...


Celanese Announces Price Increases for Ticona POM Products in Europe and Asia


Celanese Corporation and its Ticona engineering polymers business, is increasing prices up to 10 percent on its POM products depending on grade. This increase takes effect on customer shipments beginning March 1, 2010, or as contracts allow, in Europe and in Asia.


Celanese Announces Price Increases for Ticona GUR Products


Celanese Corporation and its Ticona engineering polymers business, announced a global price increase of 15 percent on all GUR® UHMW-PE and GHR® VHMW-PE with effect from March 1, 2010, or as contracts allow.


Celanese Selects Frankfurt-Hoechst Industrial Park as Site for Ticona's Kelsterbach Relocation


Celanese Corporation announced that Frankfurt-Hoechst Industrial Park has been selected as the new site for Ticona's Kelsterbach production operations in Germany. In November 2006, Celanese and Ticona, the engineered materials business of Celanese, along with Fraport, the operator of the ...


Celanese Reaches Settlement with Frankfurt Airport


Celanese Corporation and its engineered polymers subsidiary, Ticona GmbH, have reached a settlement with the Frankfurt, Germany, Airport (Fraport AG) to relocate Ticona's Kelsterbach, Germany, business, resolving several years of legal disputes related to the planned Frankfurt airport ...


Celanese signed contract with Daicel and Polyplastics on Sale of Topas® - COC Business


Celanese Corporation announced that it has signed an agreement to sell its cycloolefine copolymer business (COC) to a joint venture of Daicel Chemical Industries Ltd. and Polyplastics Co., Ltd. As announced earlier, all production facilities and employees will be transferred to this joint ...


Degussa acquires additional know-how in manufacturing polyaryl ether ketones


In a move to further consolidate its expertise in the area of high-temperature polymers, Degussa AG, Dusseldorf, is acquiring all the know-how and patents of Ticona GmbH, Kelsterbach, in the field of polyaryl ether ketones. Patents and know-how for the manufacture and use of these polymers had ...


Mechanical Completion of New POM Manufacturing Plant in China


Polyplastics Co., Ltd., Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Co., Inc. (MGC), Korea Engineering Plastics Co., Ltd. (KEP), and Ticona, the technical polymers business of Celanese AG, jointly announced that a new polyoxymethylene (POM) resin manufacturing plant will reach mechanical completion on December 15, ...


Ticona to Expand Capacity for Vectra® Liquid


Ticona, a business of Celanese AG (NYSE: CZ; FSE: CZZ), is planning to expand its Vectra® liquid crystal polymer (LCP) plant in Shelby, NC. By debottlenecking the current facility, the company plans to increase capacity by 40 %. Ticona, the market leader in LCPs, had originally announced plans to ...


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