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28 Jan

Polymer News Roundup – January 2015

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by What’s In This Month’s Roundup? Did you know 3-D printers are being used in outer space?  Interested in how a new polymer coating process found a place in the market?  Want to learn more about how shale is impacting the price of oil?  This month’s roundup features these topics and more. Commercializing a new

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07 Jan

Demand for Plastics in Emerging Markets = Export Opportunity

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by As incomes increase in developing countries, the consumption of plastics increases rapidly. McKinsey & Company explains that “less expensive consumer goods and the early stages of industrialization significantly raise levels of plastics use as markets start developing.” A research study produced by Grand View Research shows that the global market for plastics is expected to

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15 Dec

PolymerOhio and Braskem – Ascent Cracker and Polyethylene Facility Impact – Meeting Re-cap

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by Due to the shale gas development in the region there is a high probability that a sizable petrochemical complex will be built.  Odebrecht-Braskem is well underway in their planning and engineering to invest in an ethane cracker along with polyethylene and polypropylene facilities on the West Virginia/Ohio border.    A regional petrochemical facility could potentially

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04 Dec

Fragmentation in the 3D Industry Will Augment Its Growth

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by New Tripoli, PA, November 18, 2014 –(PR.com)– 3D printing industry remains highly fragmented across different printers, materials, and software. This fragmentation in the 3D industry will be a catalyst for growth, as no single company controls the majority of the market, according to the latest report “3D Printing: Material and Equipment Opportunities, Trends, and

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