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The use of colored plastics is becoming increasingly widespread and the number of applications is rising continuously. At K 2016, taking place in Düsseldorf from October 19 to 26, specialty chemicals company LANXESS will present its extensive line of Colortherm-brand inorganic color pigments for coloring plastics.
LANXESS announced today that it has successfully placed two Euro benchmark bonds on the European capital market for the financing of the planned acquisition of the US-based specialty chemicals group Chemtura.
LANXESS (FRA: LXS) reaches the next milestone on its growth path: The specialty chemicals company announced plans to acquire US-based Chemtura Corporation (NYSE: CHMT), one of the major global providers of high-quality flame retardant and lubricant additives.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS has reorganized the marketing structure for its Bayoxide iron oxide adsorbers. Since September, the Liquid Purification Technologies (LPT) business unit has been responsible for sales and marketing activities for this group of water treatment products.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS produces iron oxide and chrome oxide pigments for numerous applications in the world’s largest production plant for inorganic color pigments in Krefeld-Uerdingen – and has been doing so for 90 years.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS will be included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) World for the sixth time in succession from September 19, 2016.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS closed the acquisition of the Clean and Disinfect business of U.S.-based chemicals company Chemours on August 31, 2016. All relevant antitrust authorities have approved the transaction.
The specialty chemicals company has invested a total of 40 million euros in the site in the last five years alone. In addition to the membrane elements plant, LANXESS also operates the world’s largest ion exchange resin plant in Bitterfeld.
Demand is on the rise worldwide in the automotive industry for Tepex-brand continuous-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic semi-finished composites for lightweight construction applications.
The trend of manufacturing engine oil pans from plastic instead of metals such as aluminum is continuing to gain ground. For historical reasons, the plastic of choice to date has almost always been polyamide 6.6.
LEONHARD KURZ Stiftung & Co. KG and Bond-Laminates GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of specialty chemicals company LANXESS, have developed a new material combination and the associated mold technology to produce decorated housing parts with extremely thin walls in a single processing step.
Thermoplastics with good melt flow characteristics facilitate the design of large, thin-walled components of complex geometry. One example is a roller support for a food processor from a premium household appliance manufacturer.