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BASF (urethane specialties start-up at Clemson, South Carolina facility) (Brief Article)

BASF started up a urethane specialties plant at its Clemson, SC site which will have an annual capacity of 20 million pounds. Production will cover a full spectrum of urethane systems, including rigid, flexible, non-foam and shoe sole formulations. Sales and technical service functions will also be based at Clemson. The Clemson facility custom blends specialty formulations to meet the unique requirements of customers in the Southeast. The two-component urethane systems will be marketed primarily to producers of rigid insulation building materials, furniture, automotive products, etc.
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Publication:Rubber World
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Date:Oct 1, 1991
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