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Mlive | June 09, 2020
The coronavirus outbreak has pushed many businesses to innovate or retool with new areas of focus, and Howell’s Nyatex Adhesive and Chemical Co. is among them. The chemical company has a primary focus on automotive plastics and adhesives, but began producing hand and surface sanitizer once company President Jason Hulbert realized he had the means to do so. Hulbert said the company is always adjusting what it produces based on industry demands, and built-in access to the suppliers and chemi...
PR Newswire | January 28, 2020
SOCMA is pleased to announce two new services for the chemical industry – a modernized Chemical Operations Tool and a new Career Center – that will assist companies in addressing workforce development challenges. "SOCMA understands the ongoing challenge in finding qualified workers and ensuring that new and existing workers receive quality training," said Jennifer Abril, SOCMA President and CEO. "We also realize a new generation of workers is coming into the industry a...
PRNewswire | January 16, 2020
Italmatch Chemicals, a leading global specialty chemical group focused on the production and marketing of performance additives for water & process treatment, oil & gas, industrial lubricants and plastics, announces that has acquired from Israel Chemicals (ICL) the RecoPhos Project Technology, including all licenses, IP, know-how and assets related to it. The aim is to further develop and complete a sustainable, highly efficient and economical viable process to recover phosphorus from al...
Mlive | April 29, 2020
A global chemical manufacturer is temporarily shifting to hand sanitizer production as shortages continue due to high demand brought on by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. New Jersey-based Fortune 100 company Honeywell will shift production at two of its plants, one in Muskegon and one in Seelze, Germany, according to a news release. The hand sanitizer produced in Muskegon will be donated to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for distribution where it’s needed most.
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