Arizona Chemical, a Kraton Company

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Kraton Corporation (NYSE: KRA) is a leading global producer of styrenic block copolymers, engineered polymers and chemicals derived from pine wood pulping co-products that are used to enhance the performance of end-use products that touch our daily lives. Through its Polymer segment, Kraton offers value-enhancing products that are used in a wide variety of applications including consumer and personal care items, adhesives and coatings, electronics, medical supplies, automotive components, polymer modification, compounding solutions, and paving and roofing materials.

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