2020 Vision for Chemicals

December 18, 2019

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As we approach year end, it is only natural to ponder the future. I find this exercise helpful every year, using a calendar trigger to assess future strategies and opportunities. A vision for 2020 seems particularly appropriate, especially for rapidly moving digital transformation activities in the chemical industry. Key opportunities for chemical companies revolve around addressing the challenges of sustainability targets, especially regarding circular economy metrics, waste reduction, and the shift from batch to continuous production processes.

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Australasian Solvents And Chemicals Company Pty. Ltd.

Australasian Solvents & Chemicals Company (ASCC) is an Australian and New Zealand owned and operated business. We have a long, highly esteemed history, known for being reputable and well respected within the industry and as a solid supporter of the manufacturing industries. Our Esteemed Supplier Pool ASCC is the national distributor for ExxonMobil Chemical for Australia and New Zealand. We are also a proud distributor of Eternal resins, Nan Ya Epoxies, S-OIL Base Oils, Airex & Baltek core materials from 3A Composites, Sasol, Mitsui and Argeville fragrances along with the range of Savita White Oils and Petroleum Jellies to our base of customers.

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