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Publications in Chemicals, plastics and rubber industries

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British Plastics & Rubber Trade Magazine/Journal May 1, 2016
Canadian Chemical News Trade Magazine/Journal May 1, 2016
CML Army Chemical Review General Magazine/Journal Dec 22, 2015
Coatings World Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2016
Household & Personal Products Industry Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2016
Ink World Trade Magazine/Journal May 1, 2016
  • MagnaColours looks to make the impossible possible.
  • AMETEK, Inc. acquires Brookfield Engineering, ESP/SurgeX.
  • WestRock Board of Directors approves tax-free separation of Ingevity.
  • Versum materials makes debut at ACS 2016.
  • Excelitas introduces OmniCure AC5 Series UV LED curing systems.
  • Emerald Specialties Group introduces Masil Ultra SL1000 slip-mar additive.
  • Dr. Wolfgang Josten appointed managing director of ACTEGA Terra.
  • Sun Chemical names Jeffrey Shaw chief supply chain, quality and business improvement officer.
  • Upcoming industry events.
  • Ink industry leaders head to drupa 2016: as the global printing industry converges on Messe Dusseldorf from May 31-June 10, ink manufacturers will be...
  • 2016 NAPIM Printing Ink Pioneer Award recipients.
  • Lisa Fine receives NAPIM's Ault award: she is only the third person to receive the three highest honors in the North American printing industry.
  • NAPIM's 101st Annual Convention focuses on opportunities ahead for printing: convention covers topics of flexible packaging, new markets and more.
  • The resin report: multitasking resins are expected to stay in demand through at least 2019.
  • The waxes and additives report: the global waxes and additives business is a billion-dollar field, and suppliers are working closely with their ink...
  • The inkjet ink report: inkjet printing is continuing to grow into new markets, with packaging the latest opportunity.
  • Packaging inks: growing economies, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region, are increasing global demand for flexible packaging.
  • Chinese ink industry faces pressures from environmental protection and economy: ink companies showed weak sales due to slower economic growth.
  • European pigment production is on the rise: ink manufacturers are moving away from traditional organic pigments in favor of customized colorants.
  • U.S. demand for surfactants to approach 11 billion pounds in 2018.
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    Rubber World Trade Magazine/Journal May 1, 2016

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