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In fiscal 2014, specialty chemicals group LANXESS substantially improved its operating result and net income in a challenging market and competitive environment.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS will see personnel changes on both the Supervisory Board and the Board of Management.
The focus of LANXESS’ presence at the VDI conference “Plastics in Automotive Engineering” is on the great opportunities that designs based on the continuous-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composite Tepex offer for the cost-effective lightweight construction of automobiles.
LANXESS subsidiary Bond-Laminates GmbH has taken into operation a demonstration cell for processing Tepex continuous-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composites at the Brilon site. This enables Tepex to be both formed in a fully automated, near-series process and also simultaneously formed and overmolded in a hybrid molding process.
The Tepex thermoplastic composites from LANXESS are becoming increasingly popular for the lightweight construction of automobiles. Front ends, brake pedals, undercarriage components, seat shells and carriers for infotainment modules, for example, are now being manufactured with continuous-fiber-reinforced composites.
LANXESS expands Tepex range of high-performance composites: Great scope for use in tablets and notebooks / Low weight, extremely stiff and ease of processing
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS presented its second Colored Concrete Works Award on February 26, 2015, in Berlin to an architect who has set new standards in the use of colored concrete. This year’s award went to Akihisa Hirata for his design of the Alp apartment complex in Akabane-Nishi, Tokyo, Japan.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS intends to pay a dividend constant with that of the prior year. The Board of Management of the Cologne-based enterprise plans to propose to the Annual Stockholders' Meeting on May 13, 2015, that a dividend of EUR 0.50 per share be paid for fiscal 2014.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS is appearing at Tire Technology Expo in Cologne to present its comprehensive range of solutions for the tire industry, from new rubber products and additives to processing aids for use in production.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS expects EBITDA pre exceptionals to be higher than previously anticipated for the fourth quarter and therefore for the fiscal year 2014.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS is adding the highly concentrated additives Baynox Ultra and Baynox Cargo to its range for stabilizing biodiesel fuels.
Engineers increasingly are using Tepex performance composites from LANXESS subsidiary Bond-Laminates to significantly improve the mechanical strength of components made of fiber-reinforced thermoplastic compression molding compounds.