Arkema Coating Resins Europe, Middle East, Africa and India will increase prices of all REAFREE® polyester powder resins effective from September 2018 - due to significant raw material cost increases that have impacted all polyester resins in Q3 2018.
Arkema Coating Resins has named Peninsula Polymers of Leawood, Kansas, its 2017 North America
“Distributor of the Year” for helping build better relationships with customers, their strong applications
knowledge and their communication / collaboration efforts in the past year.
At the American Coatings Show 2018, Booth # 1031, Arkema will showcase the company’s coatings market offering, including new technologies, research initiatives and ongoing commitment to customer needs and innovation.
Arkema will be showcasing a wide range of products and technologies at the Powder Coating 2018 Technical Conference, conducted by the Powder Coating Institute, at the JW Marriott in Indianapolis, Indiana, March 12-15 (table # 34).
At the American Coatings Show 2018, Booth #1031, Arkema will showcase the company's coating market offering, including new technologies, research initiatives and ongoing commitment to customer needs and innovation.
In 2017, Patricia Beurdeley, the Development & Innovation Leader for Architectural Coatings for Arkema in the EMEA region, led and compiled research related to hydrophobic acrylic emulsions used in exterior and interior paint formulations. The results of that research were first unveiled by Werner Ullenboom, Sales Director for Arkema Coating Resins in Northern Europe in November, 2017, at the Verband der Ingenieure des Lack und Farbenfaches e.V. (VILF) Annual Conference.
Effective January 1, 2018 or as contracts allow, the Coating Resins business unit of Arkema will increase the price of certain resins. The increase will range between 50 to 150 Euros per ton for the Solvent-borne, and 30 to 60 Euros per ton for the Water-borne resins, depending on product type.
Arkema Coating Resins will increase prices of all CRAYVALLAC® additives sold globally by 7% to 10% - effective December 1, 2017, or as contracts allow, to offset the impact of key raw material increases, which have been driven by tightness in supply.